Many of us spend a large chunk of our waking lives at work, but rarely do we give much thought to how our on-the-clock environment might be affecting how we feel around the clock. If the recent literature
This story appears in the August 2013 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe » Once upon a time, a person asked to envision the workspace of the future might have detailed the trappings of a space-age utopia:
An increasing number of industries and organisations are beginning to explore the way office space affects business culture. Like me, I'm sure you've been exposed to many incarnations of the "workplace
Artwork: Michael Wolf, The Transparent City 93, 2008, France In Silicon Valley the tight correlation between personal interactions, performance, and innovation is an article of faith, and innovators are
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Think about the way you and your employees work. Does the job require focus or collaboration? Most likely, it's a mixture of both. Focus,
The first office I ever worked in was in a windowless basement with about a dozen people crammed into enough space for six. The most exciting facility was a kettle which was also a health and safety hazard.
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Microsoft hopes to put the kibosh on that with Microsoft Sway, its new presentation app. Sway lets you drag and drop photos, videos, files from your computer, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, or cloud storage.
From Yelp to Soundcloud, take a look at the most colorful, whimsical, and productivity-boosting office designs we saw this year. Fluorescent-lit cubicles are so last century. The latest in corporate office