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Tag Archives: innovative workspace
“Space is an organization’s second most valuable resource, yet little attention is paid to how it supports the new ways of working or the high-performance business strategies driving corporations today”. 1995, Workplace by Design, Franklin Becker and Fritz Steele
In the twenty years since Becker and Steele published their enlighting book regarding the importance of the planned work environment, many business leaders are still overlooking the value of the organizational workplace. Many leaders still see the workplace as merely … Continue reading
The Intimate Task of Engaging and Motivating Millennials in Today’s Workforce
I recently attended a presentation given by Kirk A. Young, President of Job Match Assessment, an Overland Park based consulting firm that serves organizations by quite literally, matching available jobs with high performing individuals specifically suited for the job. Kirk … Continue reading
Has “Change Management” become an oxymoron?
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!
What a Great 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
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..
“The future is far more certain than tomorrow” Warren Buffet
“The future is far more certain than tomorrow” Warren Buffet.
Just how clear is your business path to the future?
Being prepared for the unknown is crucial in business thinking! The noted French chemist, Louis Pasteur, declared that, “Chance only favors the prepared mind”. Organizational leaders can no longer make decisions regarding their future based on “historical” data. They too, … Continue reading
It’s all changed!
Vast layouts of repetitive cubicles can no longer support the highly collaborative and interactive work-styles of today’s business associates. Technology is enhancing work processes in ways that were unheard of a short time ago! It is critical that leaders thoroughly understand and embrace this change to the … Continue reading