Browsing Tag

office privacy

    As Featured on Inc. Magazine

    Out of the Open Office and Into the Pod

    Human beings are not designed for long periods of sedentary work. We must get up, move around, stretch, and change our environment periodically to keep engaged. Companies became increasingly aware that previous work models did not honor this part of human genetics, and so the open office was born. The intent was to unbox the cubicle, let employees have whole rooms in which to work, and take down the physical and psychological barriers that stymied organic teamwork. Now we know open offices…

    Continue Reading