The workplace of the future needs to be designed for knowledge and innovation workers. But how are knowledge, innovation, and organization connected?
To this book, Markus Peschl and Thomas Fundneider have contributed the chapter “The office as a driver of knowledge and innovation processes”. They show that to create future-ready organizations one has to make their knowledge processes explicit. They provide a groundbreaking definition of innovation as enablement of novelty, and from there explain how to create environments and conditions that are conducive to innovation – so-called “Enabling Spaces”.
In this book, you will learn what that means for the design of workspaces and offices and how to apply those principles to individual organizations.