The Harvard studies on the unintended effects of open office defines it as space where 'one entire floor was open, transparent and boundaryless… [with] assigned seats,' and the other had 'similarly assigned seats in an open office design, with large rooms of desks and monitors and no dividers between people's desks.'
PDR | Oct 16, 2018
The competition for great tenants has rarely been as fierce as it is today.
PDR | Jul 25, 2017
Building trust takes time and consistency, and is typically much easier to break than build.
PDR | Jul 29, 2016
Organizations that purposefully craft and develop their culture experience a 14% turnover rate, whereas organizations that ignore their culture experience a 48% turnover rate, writes PDR Senior Consultant Christine Mikhail.