Lessons from Innovations

DJM van der Voordt, JJ van Meel

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Abstract

Juriaan van Meel and Theo van der Voordt describe the interaction between workplace concepts and the functioning of organisations and individual employees. Although scientific evaluations are scarce, it may be concluded that innovative concepts fit better with new ways of working. Teleworking and the provision of different workspaces for different activities support the need for both communication and concentration. Non-territorial use of workspace may lead to a more efficient use of space. Most users of innovative environments like their trendy environment and don't want to return to a traditional office building. However, psychological needs such as privacy and territoriality must not be underestimated.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSuccesful corporate real estate strategies
EditorsG. Dewulf, P. Krumm, H. de Jonge
Place of PublicationNieuwegein
PublisherArko Publishers
Pages51-64
ISBN (Print)90-72047-70-2
Publication statusPublished - 2000

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    van der Voordt, DJM., & van Meel, JJ. (2000). Lessons from Innovations. In G. Dewulf, P. Krumm, & H. de Jonge (Eds.), Succesful corporate real estate strategies (pp. 51-64). Arko Publishers.