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Specific sorts of behaviors can be encouraged by appropriate signage.
Lighting conditions have been linked to health outcomes.
Culture influences how we perceive situations in which we find ourselves.
Roger Martin, the dean of the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto, has developed a profile of integrative thinkers.
People working in open-plan offices who feel more satisfied with their physical work environments have higher levels of job satisfaction.
Territorial marking in the workplace has been linked to positive work situations.
Introverts shield themselves from excessive levels of sensory stimulation.
The Urban Land Institute, in conjunction with the Paul Milstein Center for Real Estate at Columbia’s Business School, has sponsored a study analyzing the influence that changing population demographics will have on demand for real estate in many countries around the world.
Too many personal objects in view within a workspace tarnish a professional image.
Mirrors in exercise environments have been associated with negative psychological states.