3 Ways Creative Agencies Can Overcome the Dark Side of Open Offices

Don't ditch them altogether

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Open-office floor plans are embedded in the cultural DNA of many creative agencies. In theory, they provide a collaborative space to fuel productivity, galvanize team collaboration, and promote a healthy work-life balance. As Google—one of the most visible champions of the open office—puts it, the model is designed “to spark conversation about work as well as play.”

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