Offices are changing due to technologies and pressure from the younger generation, psychologist Dalibor Špok has informed us in this interview for #MORETHANOFFICE. Work environments are Špok’s area of specialization. He helps companies and individuals create or find the optimum environment for satisfied, successful work.
What good is The Olympics for a corporation? Why can’t employees permanently have a picture of their pet on their desk? And what are the symptoms of “occupied seat syndrome?” Keep reading and learn it all from our interview with David Mansfeld, director of the Czech branch of Johnson & Johnson Global Services, which moved into new offices this year.
After three innovation centers in the United States, IBM headed with its Watson Artificial Intelligence System to Europe, specifically to our Bavarian neighbors. What makes $ 200 million worth of investment here?
Just about every set of company guidelines today has some kind of Clean Desk policy. And clean desks are also a necessity for workplace seat flexibility (hot-desking). The absolute last thing that should be cluttering your desk when you sit down to it for the day are the last person’s budgets or contracts that have no point for you. And when you come in and there are all kinds of papers at the spot where you want to sit, you have no idea whether that spot’s taken, or just untidy. And that can make you pretty mad.