The Great Office Space Debate

by CoyDavidson on June 14, 2012


I have written extensively about shifts in how the enterprise is using office space, at least enough to garner the attention of USA Today and to be quoted in a recent article on the trend of shrinking office space. There has been much written on the subject with varying opinions ranging from the predicted death of office space on one extreme to an emerging backlash from employees to the growing trend of open office design. We do know that office space allocations for employees is shrinking in most industries for several different reasons, and to what degree this will accelerate is the real debate.

Here is a summary of the many articles I have posted on the subject:

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