Working in an open-office environment is a growing trend in corporate America. More and more CEO’s are eliminating walls and private offices in favor of cost reduction benefits and the hope of increased collaboration. But, there are some unforeseen consequences of open-office, such as reduced privacy and increased noise.
Instead of leaving your workers alone to figure how to navigate their organization’s interruption culture, help them to survive and thrive.
By: Edward G. Brown and Johanna Lubahn