Most Fortune 500 companies still struggle with workplace planningand design issues. Millions of dollars are invested each year bycompanies with the expectation that new buildings and majorrenovations will help transform their culture, spark innovation,and herald new work patterns that strengthen performance whilereducing costs. But, as Franklin Becker points out, popular trendsdo not always make good sense. Offices at Work addresses thefundamental design issues that organizational leaders confront suchas: * How do we create a low-cost flexible environment that motivatesemployees and stimulates learning? * Is it worth our spending the time, money, and effort toconsolidate our disparate buildings into a new corporatecampus? * How else can we address status concerns besides giving peopleoffices?
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