eNotes consensus seems to be both in favor of OWS and of the opinion that it is a grassroots, spontaneous protest, so I'll play devil's advocate and throw some stuff out for consideration.
This story from The Blaze (news & opinion site, considered conservative) claims that OWS was not only organized from the start, but has roots in the SEIU.
This post from occupywallst.org (unofficial organization site, no real affiliation) make several clear statements about goals, and calls out the lack of real purpose in the protests.This story from NPR (news and commentary, considered center-left) mentions (one of) the origins of the protests at Adbusters.
This story from the Huffington Post (news and opinion site, considered hard-left) talks about the increasing frustration in trying to make progress without rules or leaders.
So there is a lot of information out there. We haven't even covered the individual news stories of events at the protests (violence, arrests, alleged rape, anti-semitism) that might color a person's views. At the moment, the movement seems to be more opportunistic and feel-good rather than a serious attempt to foster change. While politicians have briefly addressed OWS, they have no influence and so are not affecting policy.
We'll see in coming months how serious the protests are, as snows falls and political officials continue to turn a blind eye.