Monthly Archives: August 2013

Futures Thinking is not a new revelation…

As I peruse my collection of books dedicated to the future of work and the visualization of its accommodating work environment, I have noticed that many of these publications were NOT written yesterday! In 1968, Robert Propst declared, “The office, … Continue reading

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Interesting Article

Interesting article in The Des Moines Register regarding change in the workplace. Yes, “Open Offices” are indeed getting more open as business leaders, “…transform their workplaces into more collaborative, congenial and productive settings”. There are numerous aspects of change that … Continue reading

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Imagining …a new approach to workplace planning. The convergence of design thinking and human need.

Imagining …a new approach to workplace planning. The convergence of design thinking and human need..

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Imagining …a new approach to workplace planning. The convergence of design thinking and human need.

“Design Thinking” has become a hot-topic in today’s business world.  No matter what it is called these days, the design thought process hasn’t changed all that much but, because of all the hype, it is touted to be the ultimate process … Continue reading

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As Drucker predicted over a decade ago, the human condition, aided by technology, is rapidly changing the way we think about everything.  Far beyond the “generational” differences in today’s workforce, ALL of us in in a process of adapting to … Continue reading

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