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Open Offices

Turn Your Open Office into a Productive Office

October 5, 2018
Open Office

Open workspaces are not right for everyone. Some like the idea of the open office, but recent surveys find that noise distractions and lack of privacy top the list of dissatisfactions. The good news is that there is a better, more cost-effective way to help. By implying space, your open-office environment can transform into a productive workplace. Here are three ways you can use implied space:

  1. Minimize Distractions
  2. Define Space and Communicate Ownership
  3. Improve Wayfinding

There are many ways to create a better open office work experience and we can help.

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