Want your unassigned workplace strategy to succeed? Encourage exploration and connections throughout the office.
Freedom. Energy. Variety. With benefits like these, who wouldn’t want to work in an open office? A lot of people, as it turns out. The very things that make an open office great can also make it a pain for those who crave order and focus. So how do you help people realize the benefits of their unassigned workplace? Start by encouraging two behaviors we’ve observed in productive workplaces with unassigned seating. Continue reading at hermanmiller.com.