Anti-Collaborative Curse of Open Office Layouts They're not helping


Open office layouts were meant to foster creativity and collaboration. They were meant to make it easy for people to help and work with each other. Has this happened? Not necessarily.

Because everyone is trying to focus and crank out their work in peace, we have become long rows of people wearing headphones all day–the exact opposite of the vibrant, collaborative space the open-office layout was meant to promote.

Read the entire article at Fast Company.

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