The Decline of the Traditional Boardroom, and Other Industry News

Our weekly round up of workplace news from around the web.

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  • Hosting meetings in old-fashioned boardrooms is a ritual that hasn’t changed since the early days of Mad Men’s Don Draper. But now this office tradition is finally changing, reports Commercial Real Estate, with the emergence of special spaces dedicated to clients that encourage less formal interaction and more genuine team-work.
  • With more companies being concerned with the long-term wellbeing of workers, Propmodo thinks they should turn their attention to design thinking, an approach that uses storytelling to make ideas and products more relatable to consumers.
  • Hospitality Design rounds up some trendy recently designed offices including Yeti, Amazon and more.
  • What’s to thank for the evolving global workplace conversation? Find out from Workplace Insight.
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