Il time crafting negli spazi di coworking

Titolo Rivista: STUDI ORGANIZZATIVI
Autori/Curatori: Matteo Rinaldini, Anna Chiara Scapolan, Stefano Rodighiero, Fabrizio Montanari
Anno di pubblicazione: 2021 Fascicolo: 2 Lingua: Italiano
Numero pagine: 26 P. 67-92 Dimensione file: 535 KB
DOI: 10.3280/SO2021-002003
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Attingendo e contribuendo alla letteratura sulla accelerazione sociale, agli studi organizzativi sul job crafting e alla più recenti ricerche sui coworking, l’articolo indaga le forme di time crafting attivate dai mobile workers che frequen-tano gli spazi di coworking. I risultati riportati si basano su una ricerca empirica qualitativa esplorativa che ha coinvolto 126 frequentatori di 39 spazi di coworking nella Regione Emilia-Romagna. L'evidenza empirica suggerisce che i coworkers attivano due forme di time crafting per strutturare e gestire il loro tempo e la rela-zione tra il loro tempo di lavoro e di non lavoro: il time boundaries crafting e il re-lational time crafting. La prima forma si riferisce fondamentalmente a tutte quel-le azioni volte a separare o sovrapporre tempo di lavoro e tempo di non lavoro che vengono favorite dalla frequentazione dello spazio di coworking. La seconda for-ma include quelle azioni volte a concentrare all'interno dello spazio di coworking tutto il tempo dedicato alle relazioni professionali e a ritualizzare le relazioni extra-lavorative che si sviluppano spontaneamente nel coworking. In entrambe le forme di time crafting, lo spazio di coworking gioca un ruolo rilevante fornendo ai mobili workers che lo frequentano artefatti fisici, servizi e risorse immateriali (fondamen-talmente il senso di comunità) che li supportano nelle loro azioni volte a strutture e gestire la collocazione temporale (timing), l’estensione nel tempo (length) e l’intensità (intensity, pace) delle loro attività lavorative e non lavorative.

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Matteo Rinaldini, Anna Chiara Scapolan, Stefano Rodighiero, Fabrizio Montanari, Il time crafting negli spazi di coworking in "STUDI ORGANIZZATIVI " 2/2021, pp 67-92, DOI: 10.3280/SO2021-002003