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Swanky Offices Aren't Always An Indicator Of Good Management

19 avril 2018
Professor Thibaut Bardon, chair of managerial innovations and head of management research at Audencia Business School, has been interviewed by Forbes.

Few things evoke the same wistfulness as walking into a state-of-the-art office that is decked out with funky furniture, colorful artwork and fridges full of soft drinks. You know the kind of place I mean – the kind of place that makes working feel like pleasure. This is the kind of office that has a bar or café, gym and garden, as well as a large-screen TV or pool table to boot. If it is the UK headquarters of health and beauty retailer Superdrug, it might even have its own nail and brow bar and wellness clinic. If it is Apple Park, in California, it will boast an underground auditorium, seven cafés and a 30-acre park with a pond, trees and pathways, not to mention an expansive terrace with panoramic views.

To read more click here : Sally Percy, Don't Fall For Cool: Swanky Offices Are Not Always An Indicator Of Good Management, Forbes, [on line], 18/04/2018

 


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