We have open offices that can be noisy, distracting, and full of people. There has recently been just as much backlash against open offices, once created to encourage open communication and rebel against the drudgery of depressing cubicles.
But we can find the best of both worlds with enough imagination to promote both contact and privacy in an open office plan. To find seven of our favorite ideas for making the open office a little more efficient, we studied high and low.
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