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PTCVoice: Four Keys To Workplace Innovation

PTCVoice: Four Keys To Workplace Innovation | Work | Space | Collaboration | Scoop.it
Innovation isn’t the purview of lone geniuses being struck, lightening style, by inspiration out of the blue. Rather it comes from creative, intelligent people who routinely encounter different perspectives and are frequently exposed to new concepts.
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#Workplace Design Supports #Innovation & #Creativity.

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Hausbesuch bei Evernote

Hausbesuch bei Evernote | Work | Space | Collaboration | Scoop.it
Elefanten überall, ein Gong, den der Gründer bei News erschallen lässt, und ein Café, in dem die Chefs bedienen – Hausbesuch bei Evernote in Redwood City.
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A Tour Of Facebook's Disneyland-Inspired Campus Where The Shops And Restaurants Are Free

A Tour Of Facebook's Disneyland-Inspired Campus Where The Shops And Restaurants Are Free | Work | Space | Collaboration | Scoop.it
Facebook's Disney-inspired campus was designed to look like a cross between Main Street Disneyland and downtown Palo Alto, California.
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8 Indisputable Reasons Why We Don't Need Offices

8 Indisputable Reasons Why We Don't Need Offices | Work | Space | Collaboration | Scoop.it
Looking back a decade or so ago it was absolutely essential to have an office, or more likely, a cubicle. That's where we had meetings, saw our coworkers, and just got work done. But today do we really need corporate offices?

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Kai Bösterling's insight:

Will Offices Be Obsolete Soon Due To #Digital #Collaboration? 

Flexible Solutions make us more mobile. But can they replace real consolidated collaboration?

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Jane Sleeth's curator insight, October 7, 2013 3:26 PM

I love how designers who are trying to get their names and reputations out there keep talking about the need for more and more open offices/workstations and the ability for people to work from home. The fact is there are still thousands of jobs which require access to co-workers, clients and or require periods of concentrated and quiet effort. This catch all review of offices of the future are not based  on the realities of the nature of work in NA or the need for the human brain to interact with others at times and then have quiet private time to work. Sure wish Ergonomists/Human Factors Design experts were part of this conversation.  JESleeth OPC