This post reflect findings from Stephanie Jakubowsi’s Master Thesis. She analyzed the co-working spaces Thinkfarm and Grünhof (Freiburg) using participant observation and semi-structured interviews with the founders/initiators of the two initiatives. She examined the topics of work organization and structures, shared values, common goods and infrastructure as well as alternative decision-making process. This master thesis […]Read more "Thinkfarm Berlin: redefining co-working as a commoning practice"
Since its inception in July 2013, the Thinkfarm has now grown to over 60 participants. With new faces coming in regularly, the Thinkfarm is becoming more anonymous than we wish it would be. In a workplace where the quantity of workers is increasing, it is an organic tendency for (quality) social interaction to decrease. How to break this trend? […]Read more "Action>> Connecting the thinkfarmers: tapas and speed-dating"