• Engineering
  • Published 2005

Space Meets Status: Designing Workplace Performance

@inproceedings{Vischer2005SpaceMS,
  title={Space Meets Status: Designing Workplace Performance},
  author={Jacqueline C. Vischer},
  year={2005}
}
Foreword Fritz Steele 1. Kingdom, Castle, Office: The Space or Place We Work 2. The Organization-Accommodation Relationship: What Is It About Change? 3. Territoriality Examined: Being at Home at Work 4. Comfort and Productivity: Space as a Tool for Work 5. Environmental Improvement: Taking Control 6. The Workspace Transformation Imperative 

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