03.08.2012 THE SCHOOL OF THE FUTURE IS A REBUILT SCHOOL

A statistic from Danmarks Lærerforening shows that four out of ten municipalities have planned to reduce the number of lessons significantly due to cost savings. But there might be another solution which will allow us to give the children the same number of lesson per week while also creating resourcefulness despite the enormous cost reductions […]

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By Gitte Andersen.

31.07.2012 THE MENTAL REBUILDING – DEVELOPMENT IN A TIME OF COST-CUTTINGS

Both public and private companies are currently facing a situation where focus needs to be on development and new concepts in order to create value in the middle of a recession causing additional cost savings in the public sector. This means that many of the current building projects focus on making the existing physical space […]

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By Gitte Andersen.

31.07.2012 INNOVATION, PEOPLE, & SPACE

The article was published in the journal LPF Newsletter – Institute of Management, Politics and Philosophy, Copenhagen Business School  (2005) There are many resources to gain from focusing our innovation – and through that also our competitiveness that will put us in a new position because of our building physics. It creates value in connection to […]

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By Gitte Andersen.

31.07.2012 THE ACTIVITY BASED WORKPLACE

THE BEST POSSIBLE CORRELATION BETWEEN HUMAN RESOURCES AND THE PHYSICAL SPACE   In knowledge based organisations, the most important resource is the employees. It is therefore very important for an organisation to establish attractive and creative working environments which can retain knowledge intensive employees as well as recruit new employees. This is also to be […]

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By Gitte Andersen.