Tuesday 5 July 2005

In Twos: Effective Personal Workspaces

Steelcase publish some great research on workplace design issues, and Kirsten Lowe in her Chaos Generation blog picked up on something interesting in their 360 ezine:

"For decades, there have been two kinds of work spaces: a private office or workstation for one person, and conference rooms and team spaces for groups. Research indicates, however, that most work actually happens through the efforts of pairs of people working together. A significant body of evidence substantiates that working in pairs is the foundation of better learning, improved negotiation, problem-solving and – most importantly – innovation."

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