Fostering Creativity Thanks to new methods and technologies, science can now image the three primary brain networks that are active when that proverbial light bulb goes off. The default network (or, imagination network) facilitates spontaneous and divergent thinking....
These days, the office is less a tool for increasing productivity and more about making employee well-being a priority. This shift is partly due to Millennials who blend their work and personal life. They come to work with the need for belonging, connection, and...
This year, many of us are on a personal journey to find Zen—slowing down to a steady, productive pace, simplifying our lives, rejecting clutter, and choosing nature over technology (when we can!). And as the lines blur between work life and personal life, we’re...
NeoCon is an opportunity to open our eyes to new possibilities—architecture, interior space, furniture, materials, technology—and new ideas about people in the workplace. If we believe human capital is the most expensive asset any organization invests in, why wouldn’t...
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