Does Too Much Collaboration at Work Hurt Productivity?

The global architecture and design company, Gensler, recently released it’s 2013 US Workplace Survey and most workers struggle to work effectively. A Toronto paper picked up the story with a headline stating, “Too much collaboration at work hurts productivity.” Does this mean that your organization should not strive for more collaboration? No. It means that if you don’t strike the right balance, it can lead to unwanted and potentially negative results.

What Type of Space Do You Need?

Meeting rooms are where workspace and technology really come together. Room systems must be effective places to meet where both the physical and virtual world intersect seamlessly. They must contain the right mix of conferencing technologies to enable the required level of collaboration and this will naturally lead to innovation.

How to Get More Space From Less Space – Factors Offsetting Having Less Real Estate

As the old cubical farms of the Dilbert era are being replaced with open concept space, there are ways to increase meeting space capacity, even if you are reducing your real estate footprint. Here are 6 solutions on how to get more space from less space.

Do you Lack Meeting Room Space? Without Exception, Every Company or Agency I Speak with has This Problem

Research has shown that while individual work might result in a faster answer, collaboration consistently delivers deeper and richer ideas because broad perspectives and cross-pollination of ideas teams can offer. There are two trends working against the availability of meeting space however here’s how you can combat them.