How To Design A Workplace For Millennials

Posted by Truspace on 28 November 2016
"When Millennials are passionate, there's no one better...They work hard. They work all hours of the day," says Cherrie Clark, a professor at one of the world's top business schools. But, she claims, "If they are not passionate, good luck with that." This statement paints an interesting, if not
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Topics: office design, workplace, people, Millennials

Why Smart Office Design Should Focus On People

Posted by Truspace on 18 November 2016
We've all heard the expression countless times before: your people are your greatest asset. It's a popular saying because it's true, right? Without the skilled, intelligent, innovative people working the front lines of our businesses, we'd have no business to speak of. And while most of you
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Topics: office design, people, productivity

3 Ways Office Design Can Boost Productivity

Posted by Truspace on 10 November 2016
Does it ever feel like there's no end to the list of things you must consider while running your business? From the obvious (like defining your vision and values) to the obscure (like making sure the new hire fits in with the rest of the employees), you've got a lot on your plate. So on top of
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Topics: office design, productivity

How Smart Office Design Supports the Wellness and Productivity of Your People

Posted by Truspace on 02 November 2016
Would you believe us if we told you that 97 percent of people felt their workplace was a “symbol of whether or not they were valued by their employer?” What if we went on to say that despite this, only 37 percent of people “thought their offices had been designed with people in mind?” According to
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Topics: office design, trends, wellness, productivity

Why Your Office Design Needs To Move With The Times

Posted by Truspace on 25 October 2016
The times they are a changin’ 1 – and unsurprisingly, most of these changes are being driven by technology. Over the past couple of decades, office designers have witnessed a resistance to the evolving work environment. Trading heard-earned, private offices for a seat at a group table; choosing
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Topics: office design, trends, office technology

How Good Office Design Can Boost Employee Happiness

Posted by Truspace on 17 October 2016
When did creating happy employees find its way on to to-do list of business owners? What difference does it make to you if your employees are happy or not? Simply put, it makes all the difference. In the past, people worked to make a living, plain and simple. Little thought was given to the state
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Topics: office design, employee happiness

Improving Company Culture Using Good Office Design

Posted by Truspace on 10 October 2016
What values drive your organization? Transparency, excellent customer service, and teamwork? Maybe even individuality and competition? No matter which principles define your business, there's no question they create the foundation for your company's corporate culture.
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Topics: office design, improve, company culture

The True Cost Of An Uninspiring Workplace

Posted by Truspace on 03 October 2016
Which one of these organizations offers a better product or service: the business with a dull, lifeless office or the one with a vibrant, inspiring workplace? This is a silly question with an obvious answer. Of course the second business will be more productive, not to mention a more attractive
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Topics: office design, uninspiring, morale

Biophilic Design: The Benefits Of Nature In Office Design

Posted by Truspace on 20 September 2016
“In all things of nature there is something of the marvelous.” — Aristotle I don’t know about you, but when I’m surrounded by beautiful scenery, I feel tranquil. A sense of peace takes over me as the stress and tensions of life drift away. I get the impression I’m not alone in my longing to be
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Topics: office design, Biophilic Design, space planning, nature

The Rise Of The Informal Workplace

Posted by Truspace on 01 September 2016
A lot of companies are ditching the desire for a traditionally laid out office structure. Office buildings with reception areas, private offices, and boardrooms – all massive enough to play team sports in – simply don’t make sense anymore. The reason why may have more to do with the bottom line
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Topics: office design, informal office design, casual office design