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Environmental control is the capability of individuals, groups or entire organizations to modify features of the physical workplace, and choose location and time of work, to better support their work needs and business goals. The concept of environmental control includes: Knowledge of how to act on the environment, policies that support control, and design characteristics of the workspace that permit control. Control can be provided through a wide variety of architectural, interior, and furniture design features (such as flexible meeting spaces, movable partition walls, unassigned workspaces, movable storage units, seating, adjustable shelving, task lighting, etc).
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