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Organizational Behaviour and the Physical Environment
Physical environments shape, constrain and promote a range of behavioral and organizational outcomes. Top-down or efficiency driven approaches to workspace design often lead to inappropriate design and the promotion of undesirable outcomes for employees. Socio-Technical Systems Thinking is presented as a theoretical framework to guide holistic workspace design. This thinking promotes the joint consideration of workspace alongside other aspects of the organizational system, e.g., processes,doi:10.4324/9781315167237-7 fatcat:g4ovimvh6badzgybwgsja3ucxa