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Get More Done: Eight Productivity Principles

When the pressure is on to execute large-scale projects and deliver on big initiatives, the all-too-familiar feeling of never-ending overtime can be particularly exhausting for you and your team. Studies show that when the demand for deliverables is high, more work time doesn’t equate to greater output. When it comes to productivity in the workplace, a quick little spin on …

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Business Furniture Solutions to Keep You Motivated During the Dog Days of Summer

Forget spring-cleaning. In the midst of the hot summer months, sometimes a little reorganization and a change of office scenery can go a long way—especially when the longing to hit the pool instead of working really starts to kick in. A well thought out workspace can give you peace of mind, and in turn, increase your productivity—meaning that summer rooftop …

Ethospace Cubicles

How Your Office Can Benefit with Ethospace Cubicles

The original frame-and-tile-system, Ethospace by Herman Miller, is one of the premier office cubicle systems available in the market today. Dozens of tile options let you define—and redefine—how your workplace looks and performs, while steel frames that are virtually indestructible provide incomparable capacity for power and data, and lend themselves nicely to be reused over and over again as your …

The Shift From Cubicles to Open Workstations

Office culture is changing.  And leading that change is the shift from bland cubicles to bold new open workstation designs.  Designs are becoming more minimalist, individual spaces more compact, and shared spaces—such as open work space tables and work lounges—are taking up more space.  The idea of interoffice collaboration and connectivity is growing more important.  The trend is to more shared open space, …

Herman Miller Cubicles & the Importance of Good Posture

Office cubicle trends can come and go, especially with the term ergonomic being bandied about recently. Unfortunately, one trend that has been especially prevalent over the years is bad posture. We’ve all seen variations of bad desk stance: the turtle, the slouch, the slump, the curl. While bad posture may seem harmless, the consequences can be painful including jaw pains, …