Wilmot and Ones link particular personality factors to success in certain sorts of jobs and their findings are useful to designers aligning design with personality.
Content to improve lives and performance
Yang and colleagues investigated the remote work experiences of Microsoft employees.
Joseph Allen, the director of Harvard’s Healthy Buildings program clearly lays out in a recent article in The Atlantic why effective workplace ventilation is so important.
Research on topics related to workplace ventilation continues.
Recently, lots of attention has focused on meetings, and we’ve all learned to Zoom. Future in-meeting experiences will continue to significantly affect both individual and organizational wellbeing and performance. Neuroscience research can be used to encourage at-meeting situations with advantageous outcomes.
Workplace design can make worker burnout less likely and employee engagement more probable—neuroscience research details not only why but also how.
Comprehensibility, manageability, and meaningfulness key
Woo and colleagues assessed indoor environmental quality’s (IEQ’s) effects on workplace user experiences.