The evolution of the workplace has caused project managers, facility managers, brokers, and architects to think differently about their roles. Today, we need to view the role of the PM through a wider lens. Enter the Contemporary Project Manager.
Productivity and innovation are derived through empowering the employee with choice; by architectural transparency and openness; and by providing spaces that disrupt and communicate inspiration and motivation the individual and the team.
This is the third in a bimonthly series of six articles on the growth, value and future of Design for People. The intent is to explore and discover the impact of behaviors, habits and patterns of people in the design of environments.