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The Benefits and Challenges of an Activity-Based Working Environment

The Benefits and Challenges of an Activity-Based Working Environment

Coined in 1996 by Erik Veldhoen, author of the book The Demise of the Office, the concept of activity-based working (ABW) refers to a workplace strategy that provides workers with a choice of settings for various workplace activities.…

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How to Design Your Startup Office for Performance and Innovation

How to Design Your Startup Office for Performance and Innovation

 

The first thing you would notice if you were to observe the latest trends in startup office design is the fierce competition for being ‘cool’. Every company set out to attract the brightest of the bunch ditches the drab, unappealing C-suite for casual work spaces and relaxation areas with a raw and edgy esthetic.…

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How Should an Effectively Designed Office Look Like

How Should an Effectively Designed Office Look Like?

 

Modern office design has sometimes become synonymous with lavish workspaces injected with the company’s personality where employees come not only to work, but also play, decompress, and socialize.…

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Employee-Friendly Workplace

Engaged Employees are Productive Employees: 5 Ways to Set Up an Employee-Friendly Workplace

 

In 2014, workplace culture should be treated like any other key performance indicators, along with turnover, customer engagement, brand awareness, or click-through rates. Workplace culture can make a business sink or swim; it is, at the same time, its character and its personality, comprising the values, traditions, beliefs, principles, interactions, behaviors, attitudes, and everything else a company stands for.…

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Interior Design Trends 2014

Office of the Future: Interior Design Trends in 2014

The North American workplace has changed dramatically over the last half century, but the biggest changes are yet to come. From tearing down the walls between co-workers to stimulate them to work harder to integrating the latest technologies, the office of the future will be less business-oriented and more employee-focused.…

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