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Leading the Value-Driven Culture

Posted by Mary Beth Caccitolo on 6 February 2013 | 0 Comments

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Graham Kirkwood recently presented at our quarterly Workplace Leadership Briefing at the Building Leadership Simulation Centre. A particular focus of the presentation, Maximising Workplace Potential, was on the value of developing a unique culture for each project team to collectively strive to deliver the best possible project outcome based on the project's key objectives.

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5 Workplace Design Patterns to Foster Innovation in the Workplace:

Posted by Mary Beth Caccitolo on 13 November 2012 | 0 Comments

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5 Workplace Design Patterns to Foster Innovation in the Workplace:

With new technology that enables us to work anywhere, and collaboration within the office becoming a primary activity, we are witness to a range of new design patterns in the workplace. The danger is an over emphasis on the ‘we’ space, at the expense of the ‘me’ space. Interactive and collaborative spaces must be balanced with spaces for reflection and concentration. Resource Architecture shares 5 ideas to foster innovation within your workplace.

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Leadership + Simulation

Posted by Cassie on 19 September 2012 | 0 Comments

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The first of its kind built in the Southern Hemisphere, the Building Leadership Simulation Centre offers state-of-the-art simulation training for the building and construction industry. The centre is set to transform the way construction industry training takes place not only locally, but on the national and international scene.

As you'll see, it's all about simulation and immersion. And, we are very pleased with our association with Master Builder's association in delivering this exciting new facility.

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Explicit Function/Implicit Design

Posted by Cassie on 23 August 2012 | 0 Comments

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We care a lot about designing workplaces to make functionality explicit.

This project for Department of Sustainability & Environment required us to really push functionality to the limits by incorporating as much of the organisational processes as possible into the design.

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