Big Data. Better Places.

July 30, 2018

Big Data. Better Places.

Most of us will concede that offices of the past, built to pack as many desks as possible into the least amount of space, were not human centered. Cookie cutter layouts and rows of desks may be easy to manage, but they can’t support today’s different ways of working. Organizations know that growth requires innovation, and this has fueled a shift to creative work. The ebb and flow of the creative process, and the need for agile teams to implement new ideas and solutions, require a range of spaces that support different work modes, and give workers choice and control over where and how they work.

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