Chris Malone and Susan Fiske are the authors of The Human Brand: How We Relate to People, Products, and Companies.
Research continues to build confirming that humans are not automatons and that building spaces that support their “humanness” can pay off.
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For a report on GlaxoSmithKline’s (GSK’s) new open-space workplace in Philadelphia’s Navy Yard, Knowledge@Wharton spoke to a number of Wharton professors.
Lin and team investigated the influence of interruptions on office worker stress levels.
Kemp and Williams analyzed business meetings in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Rodgers investigates the relationship between newsroom design and news reported through a case study of the Toronto Star workspace.
Congdon and Gall present Steelcase’s recent research linking culture and design, which builds on the work of others, such as Geert Hofstede, in useful graphics at the web address noted in the citation, below.
How important is office design to workers compared to other work factors?
In a 2012 presentation at Light Canada/IIDEX 2012, Jennifer Veitch of the National Research Council Canada effectively summarized the findings of office lighting research carried out by her, her colleagues, and other researchers.