Evaluating working away from the corporate campus
Promote Social Behavior/Support Diversity
Livingstone and Palmer have collected additional evidence indicating that, at least with the technology currently available, it is important for people talking with each other to be able to see each other.
Ruohomaki, Lahtinen, and Relijula studied “the dimensions of a workspace quality that could promote human well-being.”
Korunka and Gerdenitsch studied social interactions among knowledge workers who moved into a new workplace.
Use light's power to create spaces where humans thrive
An important new design guide
Design affects interpersonal bonds between professional colleagues of relatively equal rank and also employee ties to their managers--and those links influence personal and organizational wellbeing.
New research from the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto indicates how important it is that co-workers have opportunities to develop interpersonal bonds.
Investigators have learned a great deal about the optimal design of workplaces in homes, co-working sites--and corporate centers.
Vohs has summarized research done to date on what happens when people are reminded of money, for example, via images seen.