Faculty of ManagementComenius University in Bratislava

Managing human talent in coworking environments

Project funded by the Visegrad Fund
Managing human talent in coworking environments
Project No.: 2192009
Project web:
https://www.coworkingtalent.com/
https://www.coworkingsymposium.com/

Project duration: October 2019 – July 2020

The project deploys a transnational study that would share the insights on the correlation between the growth of coworking environments in V4 countries and the talent attraction and retention of highly skilled individuals. The main project goal is to explore the talent management mechanisms in coworking spaces via qualitative research and produce the following outputs:

1    Policy paper. The goal of the policy paper is to produce a summarized version of proposed study, form set of recommendations for each V4 country, and generally share the knowledge about the importance of coworking industry within new economies.
2    Industry report to help industry experts to better understand and identify aspects of coworking model best suited for local environments and aspects that might be superfluous or detrimental.
3    Academic paper researching the challenges to, and benefits of coworking from the perspective of human talent attraction as well as models succeeding on both attracting and retaining the top talent.
4    Half-day symposium on talent attraction and the role of coworking spaces
(May 27, 2020) aimed at sharing key project findings and connecting the industry expertise with academic research.

Principal Investigator for Slovakia: Mgr. Jana Fratričová, PhD.
Investigators: prof. Ing. Anna Pilková, PhD., MBA, Mgr. Natália Vančišinová

Project partners:
University of Economics in Prague (Principal Project Investigator)
University of Warsaw, Faculty of Management
Corvinus University of Budapest, Institute for Marketing and Media