A useful review of some workplace design insights drawn from "big data"
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Steelcase commissioned IPSOS to poll 10,500 workers in 14 different countries about their level of engagement with their employer and the design of their workplace.
Kim has reviewed research on workplace design, synthesizing “research drawn from environmental design, organizational ecology, social psychology, architecture, political science, and business and public administration.”
Alan Hedge has completed another study indicating the value of office design that supports workers ergonomically.
Environmental psychologists have been saying for years that too much transparency (literally) in workplaces and elsewhere can create difficult situations.
Tomovska-Misoska and her research team establish consistencies between the responses of Macedonian knowledge workers to the design of workplaces and those of employees in other countries.
Meeting area design can make successful sessions more likely.
Readers familiar with environment-behavior research will not be surprised to learn that researchers have determined that the design of the spaces where they work influences nurses’ job satisfaction.
Taste-related words have a special influence on the way that we think.
Environmental energy levels and planned activities align for successful design.