Ayoko and teammates reviewed how office noise influences employee mood (affect), which is particularly important because more positive moods enhance cognitive performance, getting along with other people, wellbeing, and health.
Lee and colleagues studied satisfaction with speech privacy in workplaces via a survey.
Mustafa and Ali reviewed published studies to learn how workplace design can encourage people to use stairs instead of elevators.
For her dissertation, Harrington studied how starting to work in an activity-based workplace (ABW) influences how people think and behave.
Comparing workplace effects
Gao, Low, and Gong set out to learn how working in an activity-based workplace (ABW) influences employees’ psychological attachment to their physical workplaces.
Lindeberg and teammates probed how transitioning to activity-based workplaces influences professional performance.
Research indicates that co-working spaces may not support new businesses’ creativity long term.
Franssila and Kirjonen studied links between activity-based working and user performance.
Programming in relaxing stress busters