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  • October 24, 2016 9:06 PM
    Message # 4331194
    Anonymous

    Although it's an older one, I thought this was an interesting article and simple concept that reminds me of designing spaces with intention. 

    "Birnbaum is on to something when he talks about getting employees to “collide,” because our data suggest that creating collisions—chance encounters and unplanned interactions between knowledge workers, both inside and outside the organization—improves performance."

    https://hbr.org/2014/10/workspaces-that-move-people 

    How can we foster relationships and "collisions" with co-workers as a means to improve performance and how can it be measured? And when do you want these collision versus when do you want isolated workers? 


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