An evaluation of the impact of the office environment on productivity

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Haynes, Barry;

<p>Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to develop a validated theoretical framework for the evaluation of office productivity, which includes components to represent both the physical and the behavioural environment. It is proposed that by adopting such an approach, ... View more
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