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Cooperative Communicators Association 2013 Institute, Nashville

Cooperative Communicators Association 2013 Institute, Nashville

Co-ownership and the Sharing Economy: Cooperative Possibilties for Sharing Platforms by Caitlin Quigley

economics 2011 essay writer In GCE 'A' Level Economics, the essay paper accounts for 60 per cent of the total marks. Therefore, good essay writing skills are essential for obtaining a

When Madison, WI Mayor Paul Soglin heard about NYC's $1.2 million investment in worker cooperatives, he decided his city was "not going to be upstaged by New York City." So he raised them $5 million. The big question now is, which city is next?

Madison, Wisconsin, Is Investing $5 Million In Worker Cooperatives

The best part: the businesses will stay local, because co-ops don’t up and move to cities offering more attractive incentives.

New York City Network of Worker Cooperatives, NYC NOWC. US Federation of Worker Cooperatives Partner. Twitter: https://twitter.com/nycworker

New York City Network of Worker Cooperatives, NYC NOWC. US Federation of Worker Cooperatives Partner. Twitter: https://twitter.com/nycworker

Learn these six key components of organizational structure with visual examples to help you decide which type of structure best fits your company, division, or team.

The 6 Building Blocks of Organizational Structure [Diagrams]

Teleological Resilience: 10 Reasons Worker Cooperatives are Awesome

Teleological Resilience: 10 Reasons Worker Cooperatives are Awesome

Green Worker Cooperatives is a resource center for people who want to start worker owned cooperative businesses. Great pictures rule and big fonts make the message clear. The call to action (start a coop) is above the fold on an uncluttered home page. The chosen colors and graphics convey a friendly, positive, can-do energy.

Our Mission Green Worker Cooperatives is a South-Bronx based organization dedicated to incubating worker-owned green businesses in order to build a strong local economy rooted in democracy and environmental justice.

How can we scale up the cooperative movement without losing our cooperative values?  That is the question contributors seek to answer in this collection of essays.  Contributors include Hilary Abell, Michael Johnson, Joe Guinan and Caitlin Quigley, along...

How can we scale up the cooperative movement without losing our cooperative values? That is the question contributors seek to answer in this collection of essays. Contributors include Hilary Abell, Michael Johnson, Joe Guinan and Caitlin Quigley, along.

This is a brilliant system for managing a creative process with large numbers of people.

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