This Week’s Recommended Reading

by CoyDavidson on November 2, 2012

Five Articles to Read this Weekend

Adapting to Change Using the Super-Nucleus Model
Predicting the future of work is tough, but planning for it based on past history and current trends is somewhat easier. This future planning is especially vital to large organizations, in particular, whose decisions might live on for 20 or more years. However, our ability (or inability) to foresee the future is severely warped by our tendency to discount future risk … Workspace Design Magazine

10 Office Design Tips to Foster Creativity
On vacation, would you ever choose a hotel with fluorescent lighting and drab grey rooms? The answer is obvious. But plenty of small-business owners forget simple things when it comes to office design …

The Office Building of the Future
Building owners will require an innovative work environment to attract employees to a corporate headquarters or tenants to a commercial development. Current office trends offer insights on how the diverse workforce of the future will interact and what they will expect from the workplace … DesignIntelligence

Mobile Work is the New Normal
The future of work is already here. Over the last several decades knowledge work has burst out of the traditional office. Yes, offices still play a very important role in supporting work and workers, but increasingly powerful technologies are making anywhere/anytime work a reality in today’s global economy … The Future of Work

First results of Global Coworking Survey
Today Deskmag presented the preliminary results from the 2nd Global Coworking Survey at the Coworking Europe Conference. The study discovered a wealth of information about the benefits of coworking, including increased productivity and networks … deskmag

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