Category Archives: Offices

The Architecture of Ideas

I’ve written extensively about how physical spaces influence thinking (e.g. Future Minds, Fast Company etc.), but I didn’t realise until recently just how much research there was on this. For example, Joan Meyers-Levy and Juliet Zhu, two Profs at the … Continue reading

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The lights are on but nobody’s home

  This makes a lot of sense to me. I’ve been writing Future Files 2 from my home office for the last few months and things are going well. I can pick tomatoes from the greenhouse on the way to … Continue reading

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The Future of Work

I don’t know Jacob Morgan. I’m sure he’s a nice guy, but I think he suffers from being too young. Or perhaps he is just too focused on technology. He has just written a very good article called 8 Indisputable … Continue reading

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Shedquarters takes shape

The new office is taking shape. With a bit of luck I’ll be able to park my old car right behind my new office desk. BTW, my ‘sensible’ office remains onboard HMS President on the River Thames.

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