Yet another lambast of the open office from the NYT. Spoiler Alert: Layout makes colonoscopy scheduling even worse.
The average amount of space per office worker in North America dropped to 176 square feet in 2012, from 225 in 2010, as companies have sought to cut costs.
Yet another in a continuing stream of discontent of open office. Office designers/organizational leaders are you listening? It can’t be just about saving money! People cost far more.