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  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    Call Center Trends: A Glimpse at Developing Issues, Technologies and Trends

    Call centers an industry term that includes outbound telemarketing, inbound customer service, and other sales related, face-to-the-customer operations have remained the fastest-growing segment of corporate office environments and operations for almost two decades. They have seen explosive growth not only throughout North America but also in Europe and the Asia-Pacific...

    Provided By Haworth

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Office Environments To Support Future Organizations

    This paper will attempt to arrive at as concise an estimate as possible for the kinds of office environments that will be needed by organizations of the future. To reach that goal, a much abbreviated overview of the history of offices will be followed by an outline of the often...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    Rewarding Knowledge Worker Productivity Beyond The Corner Office

    To summarize, knowledge workers have become much more prevalent within office environments, but the complexity of their role within the organization has prevented adequate evaluation of and reward for their contributions. An outcome-based evaluation system - modeled on existing University systems - together with reward metrics informed by individual knowledge...

    Provided By Haworth

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Defining "Culture" And "Organizational Culture": From Anthropology To The Office

    The topic of organizational culture is increasingly understood as a company asset that can be used to increase business performance. While important, organizational culture is a slippery concept to concretely define. This paper deals with the historical development and foundational understandings of both the term culture, from anthropology, and its...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Four Organizational Culture Types

    Culture is a complex issue that essentially includes all of a group's shared values, attitudes, beliefs, assumptions, artifacts, and behaviors. Culture is broad - encompassing all aspects of its internal and external relationships - and culture is deep in that it guides individual actions even to the extent that members...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Diagnosing Organizational Culture

    Organizational culture is increasingly understood as a critical element in the creation of high performance workspaces. A company's prevailing values, attitudes, beliefs, artifacts, and behaviors all comprise its culture and help to create a sense of order, continuity, and commitment. Not only does the corporation as a whole have a...

    Provided By Haworth

  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    Call Center Trends: A Glimpse at Developing Issues, Technologies and Trends

    Call centers an industry term that includes outbound telemarketing, inbound customer service, and other sales related, face-to-the-customer operations have remained the fastest-growing segment of corporate office environments and operations for almost two decades. They have seen explosive growth not only throughout North America but also in Europe and the Asia-Pacific...

    Provided By Haworth

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Office Environments To Support Future Organizations

    This paper will attempt to arrive at as concise an estimate as possible for the kinds of office environments that will be needed by organizations of the future. To reach that goal, a much abbreviated overview of the history of offices will be followed by an outline of the often...

    Provided By Haworth

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Defining "Culture" And "Organizational Culture": From Anthropology To The Office

    The topic of organizational culture is increasingly understood as a company asset that can be used to increase business performance. While important, organizational culture is a slippery concept to concretely define. This paper deals with the historical development and foundational understandings of both the term culture, from anthropology, and its...

    Provided By Haworth

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Four Organizational Culture Types

    Culture is a complex issue that essentially includes all of a group's shared values, attitudes, beliefs, assumptions, artifacts, and behaviors. Culture is broad - encompassing all aspects of its internal and external relationships - and culture is deep in that it guides individual actions even to the extent that members...

    Provided By Haworth

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Diagnosing Organizational Culture

    Organizational culture is increasingly understood as a critical element in the creation of high performance workspaces. A company's prevailing values, attitudes, beliefs, artifacts, and behaviors all comprise its culture and help to create a sense of order, continuity, and commitment. Not only does the corporation as a whole have a...

    Provided By Haworth

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Rewarding Knowledge Worker Productivity Beyond The Corner Office

    To summarize, knowledge workers have become much more prevalent within office environments, but the complexity of their role within the organization has prevented adequate evaluation of and reward for their contributions. An outcome-based evaluation system - modeled on existing University systems - together with reward metrics informed by individual knowledge...

    Provided By Haworth