Source: Huffington Post
Wednesday, August 31, 2016
There are thousands of productivity apps and tools on the market promising to help you increase your performance, but sometimes all it takes to improve your focus is a few quick changes to your work habits and your environment. Want to get more accomplished at the office? Here are 12 simple, low-tech tips for boosting your productivity at work.
Source: Business News Daily
Thursday, August 04, 2016
Keith has over 35 years of experience in the New York contract office furniture industry. Keith began his first 25 years in the business with Herman Miller in 1980 working at WB Wood, BFI, and Tobron. In 2005, he decided to join Thinkspace, a Haworth dealer, as a partner and took the company from $2 million in sales to over $15 million over a four year period.
Prior to joining BFI, Keith was a Senior Account Executive at Creative Office Pavilion. Prior to that Keith worked on major corporate accounts at Haworth's second largest dealership and woman owned business, Meadows Office, bringing in sales of over $15 million over a three year period. Keith can be reached at 212-685-9344, extension 6265 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For over 60 years, Business Furniture, Inc. (BFI), has been a leader in furniture specification and furniture project management. With offices in Elizabeth NJ, Parsippany NJ and New York City, BFI is a nationwide resource managing product and service solutions, procurement, delivery and installation, furniture asset inventories and reconfiguration services and 24/7 on-line customer service. Representing over 200 office furniture manufacturers, BFI employs over 75 professionals serving a diverse customer base in the corporate, governmental, medical, educational, architectural and design and real estate sectors.
For more information, contact Daniel Morley, President / Principal at email@example.com or 908-926-6157.
Labels: Press Release
Friday, July 29, 2016
There was a time when American schools, like American offices, were drab and stuffy places. But things are changing.
As the office has evolved to allow a more creative and collaborative workplace, many educators have taken note, bringing those same features to classrooms, school libraries, lunchrooms and other common areas.
Today’s schools, are now being equipped with outlets from the floors to the walls allowing students to easily plug in and charge laptop computers, phones and other devices wherever they work. They have furniture designed for the way students sit and stand. And they have collaborative spaces designed to allow them to work together in small groups and in teams.
Labels: education furniture
Thursday, July 28, 2016
Not all open offices are collaborative.Who better to tell us how we’ll work than the company that invented the cubicle? Ryan Anderson, director of product and portfolio strategy at Herman Miller weighs in.
Labels: open office
Thursday, June 30, 2016
Herman Miller has partnered with UK design studio forpeople to create a range of meeting and side chairs that offer responsive movement and comfort for collaborative environments for both office and domestic spaces. The ‘keyn’ chair builds upon herman miller’s deep knowledge of workplace environments and brings the company’s expertise into a new category.
Read more on designboom.
WeWork. Regus. Serendipity Labs. LiquidSpace. These are just a few of the names that have staked their claim in the coworking landscape. With coworking and a desire for flexible workplaces on the rise, it’s worth considering the impact these kinds of spaces have had on New York City real estate, as well as what’s driving the increase in desirability.
Read more on Colliers.
Wednesday, June 29, 2016
The cubicle space – as we traditionally think of it – is dead. As workplaces are adopting practices that emphasize collaboration and creativity, it only makes sense that office design trends would become more streamlined, more social and — dare we say it? — more sexy.
Here are five of our favorite office design trends for the modern office:
Sitting too much can kill you. It sounds dramatic, but it’s true. An emerging base of research points to the detrimental effects of something that most Americans do without much thought on a daily basis (for nearly six hours per day, research finds).
Though experts are still trying to figure out exactly why it’s commonly understood that sitting for prolonged periods comes with a host of negative health effects. Whenever possible, office workers are advised to get up and take movement breaks throughout the day. It’s not always easy to just walk away from the task at hand, though, so in some cases, workers are combining the best of both worlds by installing standing desks.
Continue reading on the Huffington Post