The Psychology of Collaboration Space

The Psychology of Collaboration Space


March 2013

Collaboration is a commonly talked about subject today. As companies employ more knowledge workers, it is no longer just what you know, but what you do with what you know. Successfully designed collaboration spaces as well as an enabling culture are key. Herman Miller commissioned Dr. Nigel Oseland, a psychologist specialising in workplace, to carry out a literature review of the psychology of collaboration and how that might impact workplace design. KEY TAKEAWAYS: ? Learn the ways psychology is applied to the design of collaborative workspaces. ? Incorporate team dynamics in order to create better, more effective collaboration spaces. ? Know the issues to consider when designing collaboration spaces. SPEAKERS: Mark Catchlove

Keywords: Shanghai Summit 2013, Psychology, Collaboration, Personality, Communication, Workplace

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