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3 Ways I Had To Adapt My Management Style For An Open Office

Open offices don't compel workers to adjust their habits, they also pressure managers to change their tack. Open offices don't compel workers to adjust their habits, they also pressure managers to change their tack. Love them or hate them, open floorplans aren't going anywhere soon. And while the research is still coming in on whether office design directly impacts productivity, managers are still faced with redesigning their attitudes in order to keep their teams working effectively, not just their architecture.
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