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Seven Steps to Progress Workplace Change through Design Empathy

Posted by Mary Beth Caccitolo on 4 April 2013 | 0 Comments

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Workplace change will progress more effectively when people are involved in the process.

Planning, briefing and design of a new workplace is the best, clearest and least threatening way to do this. The physical workplace is generally the only real manifestation of workplace change impacting the enitre organisation, so why not take the steps to make the process as effective as possible?

We call it Design Empathy. Read on for seven steps to take to help include people in the process.

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Bring People Along the Activity-Based Workplace Journey

Posted by Mary Beth Caccitolo on 16 January 2013 | 0 Comments

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In the social and mobile workforce of today, workplaces which are more open, interactive, and flexible are barely considered ‘cutting edge’. The rapid advance of technology, and the evolution of management style has been a strong influence on workplace design shifting towards Activity-Based Working (ABW). But what does this mean for people who actually do the work?

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