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The added value of office accommodation to organizational performance

April 2002 | Hermen Jan van Ree

Stiffening competition, caused by an increasingly turbulent contextual and transactional environment, forces many organizations to re-examine every way in which they can improve their performance. As a substantial part of the resources used during the transformation from input to output within office-based organizations, office accomodation can have a significant impact on organizational performance. This paper gives an overview of the performance criteria organizations schould meet, and discusses the added value of office accomodation to organizational performence.

In: Workstudy - a journal of productivity science, vol. 51, no. 7