03.11.2017 Strategic Workplace Management

Strategic Workplace Management: The key to unlocking competitiveness Over the years, research has proven that workplace design significantly affects employee job performance, and the overall efficiency of a business. And in today’s competitive business environment, corporations can no longer afford to let the talents of their workforce go wasted. Gitte Andersen, Global Head of Workspace […]

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By Sofie Antorini.

23.08.2017 Workspace design is more important than salary

“Today, good workplace design is a lot more about networking, interactions, the contents of your job – and being in pshysical surroundings that are super creative, pretty and aesthetic. A decade ago, hygiene factors such as a good acoustic work environment, indoor climate, good daylight were discussed. I don’t say they are insignificant, but today […]

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By Sofie Antorini.

16.06.2017 Intellingent M2 in the magazine Youth Schools

In the monthly edition of the magazine Youth Schools you can read an article by Gitte Andersen, Global Head of Workspace Management & Design at SIGNAL and Christine Antorini, former Minister of Education. In connection with the 75th anniversary of the youth schools, Gitte and Christine investigates the long tradition of democratic architecture and democratic learning […]

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By Signal admin.

30.05.2017 “Kloge Kvadratmeter” in the magazine Plenum

The agenda for the new book ‘Kloge kvadratmeter’ is to show and discuss the different opportunities for space, behavior, learning and well-being by providing simple methods to uncover and transform the many hidden space resources that are waiting to be activated. Read Gitte Andersen, Global Head of Workspace Management and Design at SIGNAL, and former […]

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By Signal admin.

08.08.2012 CAUGHT BETWEEN PHYSIQUE AND PEDAGOGY

CAUGHT BETWEEN PHYSICAL BOUNDARIES AND PEDAGOGICAL, ORGANISATIONAL INTENTIONS.  The school’s mental and physical rebuilding. The Danish government has recently launched its ambitious, dialogue-based reform effort “Ny Nordisk Skole” (New Nordic School, ed.) that aims to enhance the professional standards among practitioners in the field of children and education across day care, primary and secondary schools, […]

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By Morten Fisker.

08.08.2012 A NEW VEIW ON BOARDING SCHOOL SPACE

This article was published in Efterskolen, no. 15, 10 May 2012 Recently, Radio 24/7 spoke about the decrease in boarding school students – a number that has decreased by approximately 1,000 students after many years of stability. The diagnose was clear. Smaller classes in the primary schools, a financial crisis, and an increase in boarding […]

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By Morten Fisker.