Referrals: Google HQ and High Performance Office Space

by CoyDavidson on September 20, 2011

Links to Corporate Real Estate stories around the web:

Google’s New Headquarters Faces ‘Challenge’
Unlike Apple Inc., which has hired international starchitect Norman Foster to design its new ring-shaped Cupertino campus, Google Inc. does not intend to use its new headquarters’ architecture to help brand the company. “Google is not going down that path,” said John Igoe, director of design and construction for the Mountain View company … read more at The Registry

Vision Statement: High-Performance Office Space
What are the costs of using 20th-century spaces to do 21st-century knowledge work? Lost productivity, higher capital expenses, and inaccessible managers … read more at Harvard Business Review

The Twelve Attributes of a Truly Great Place to Work
More than 100 studies have now found that the most engaged employees — those who report they’re fully invested in their jobs and committed to their employers — are significantly more productive, drive higher customer satisfaction and outperform those who are less engaged … read more at Harvard Business Review

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