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Want More Interactions? Change Your Office

by Chris Butsch

Following the release of a report in Group Dynamics, ICRAVE Managing Director Elizabeth Von Lehe told Fast Company, “Traditional office models are very hierarchical and segmented, with private offices that keep management separated.”

She talks about how this design leads to a lack of mentorship and interactions, which is something that all company leaders should consider.

When New South Construction was planning for its new office, they kept this in mind. Senior team members are now sitting beside those less-experienced, and the general contracting firm is already seeing the benefits of the layout and the ease of sharing ideas.

Sarah Funderburk, SPR Atlanta

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