Successful Workplace Strategy, the Keys to a Killer Company Culture, and Other Industry News

Our weekly roundup of workplace news from around the web.

Photo courtesy of Warren Patterson Photography and HighProfile.com
  • How much space is too much? High Profile addresses how thoughtful space utilization analysis and design execution will yield a more successful workplace result.
  • Creating a company culture that retains and fosters the happiness of employees is a top priority today. INC.com shares five ways the CEO of CarGurus keeps things fun, fluid, and focused.
  • Two organizations are offering free or subsidized spaces for artists through the repurposing of commercial real estate locations. Andy Rappaport, co-founder of the Minnesota Street Project in San Francisco and Anita Durst, founder and artistic director of Chashama, discuss their support for artists and the genesis of their ventures on the Knowledge@Wharton show.
  • Are you unhappy with your open office plan? Code Like a Girl explores research findings on how open layouts are making us less happy, less productive, and more sick.
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