How to effectively reap the benefits of biophilic design in the workplace.
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Five ways a high-achieving workplace design can unlock collective sense of purpose
Companies today are realizing the benefits of workplace design, particularly for higher productivity and better employee experience.
As organizations seek to maximize employee engagement and minimize operating costs, forward-thinking architects, designers, and corporate real estate professionals are less concerned with metrics that focus on cost per square foot and square feet per person. Instead, they are looking for insight into the people who comprise the organization and how the workplace can be used as a strategic tool to support employees.