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Do you remember sixty-inch high panels on three sides of you? With lots of storage and, at least, two drawer pedestals, overhead bins and your own file cabinet? All of your personal stuff was laid out on your work surface sharing … Continue reading
Where is Your “Workplace”? The Attraction & Retention of talented employees relies largely on individual CHOICE!
It is largely understood that in most work cultures, the vast majority of work is the responsibility of individuals and small teams assigned to specific tasks. In many cases, it may not matter where the work is done as long … Continue reading
Certainly, as change relates to organizational culture, in many cases, excessive management merely gets in the way! True cultural change must be promoted through a forward thinking Leadership Team pointing the direction of business goals …allowing their respective associates, as … Continue reading
What a Great Article!.
I was recently honered to give a presentation to the Kansas City Chapter of the International Facilities Management Association. My subject matter, as usual, was the unprecedented CHANGE in Individuals within the workforce and what facilities managers, and certainly their Leadership, must … Continue reading
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
Imagining …a new approach to workplace planning. The convergence of design thinking and human need..
It seems like about everything regarding working is changing all around us. This article points out the fact that, in spite of all this change, we are still the same people with some remarkably basic needs… http://officeinsight.org/?p=1869
“The future is far more certain than tomorrow” Warren Buffet.