how to design an office
How to design an Office. Every manager or executive in charge of an office should be familiar with this important information in order to rent, build, or modify places that increase rather than decrease their staff’s intellectual productivity. If you need to perform anything that requires attention and you can overhear other people’s phone conversations, your workspace is unsuitable for work. You should be aware of these statistics to begin the debate about enhancing their working environment. Working in an open-plan office affects your mental output, inventiveness, and wellbeing significantly. You pay a cost for attempting to retain your focus in such an office against the various distractions by expend more energy, experience more stress, and leave the office more tired than you would in an office with fewer distractions. This book How to Design an Office will enlighten you on the distractions that you should be in control of yourself, such as email, antisocial media, and web browsing, which increase the negative impacts of these out-of-control distractions.