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The great hot-desking experiment has failed, or has it?

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Libby Sander is a lecturer at Bond Business School and in her article originally published on The Conversation and then in The Sydney Morning Herald she really highlights the issues with some of the new work spaces being designed for businesses today. Read her original article here or click on the links above. What is important about what she says …

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5 Shifts companies must make regarding their workplace strategy

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Our experience with organisations introducing new workplaces is that change management is finally seen to be a critical component of introducing a different workplace. Some change support is better than nothing I suppose. However, change support typically does not extend past the “move in date”, and we know that within 6 months the people who are in the new workspace …

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Deadly Symptoms Lurking In A Hospital Refurbishment

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I was lying on the gurney one evening listening to the beep of the machine just above my head. I could hear it so I was still here – my heart was still beating and whilst it was much slower and more sluggish than it should have been I was alive. Thank goodness, – and then I noticed what was …

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Do not Pack Nanna – relocation in health care

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I remember walking down the silent corridor, mentally ticking off the last minute checklist for the opening ceremony of this beautifully refurbished health care facility for the aged. Everything was in its place, the rooms ready for their residents, the kitchen cooking up a feast, the nurses stations all set up with the latest technology, the systems had been tested. …