This Week’s Recommended Reading

by CoyDavidson on May 27, 2016

5 Articles to Read this Weekend

7 Factors of Great Office Design
Smart companies understand that workspaces are a business tool. An office environment reflects and reinforces a business’s core values, through the placement of different teams and functions and design elements that reflect culture, brand, and values… Harvard Business Review

Why The Open Office Might Not Actually Be The Workplace Of The Future
At college, you probably had open working environments all over campus—in the library, in dorm common areas, in social centers. Ironically, your first job may look strikingly similar to some of those spaces—and it’s intentional. In recent research by global manufacturer… Fast Company

The Multi-Generation Workplace: One Size Must Fit All
The conversation around generations and the clichéd stereotypes with which they’ve been appropriated is a tired conversation, and not relevant to informing workplace dynamics. But the characteristic relationship and comfort level of each generation with the technology… dIAmeter

Decoding Densification
Densification has become a watchword in the commercial real estate industry. Dozens of articles, whitepapers and research reports addressing high density work environments have appeared in recent months. At the 2015 BOMA International Annual Convention… BOMA International

Growth in U.S. Property Prices Bounces Back After First Quarter Slowdown
Commercial property price growth picked up in April after a slower than expected first quarter, according to the latest CoStar Commercial Repeat sale Index (CCRSI) released this week… CoStar Group

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