Can the flexible office workspace harm creativity?

If work space is no longer personally assigned, it must find a balance between the needs of each individual. — AFP Relaxnews

New workplace set-ups are resulting in personal touches being eliminated from offices. Farewell to family photos and books scattered on the desk, as workspaces must now respond to changing work patterns and rhythms. Maintaining creativity amid this new organisation can be difficult.

If you’re a typical modern office worker, then chances are your desk is no longer really your own. You and your computer can work from just about anywhere you want, so long as there’s an electrical socket and an internet connection.

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