When visiting my husband’s family in New Orleans, we take for granted how nice it is to walk down Magazine Street – wine in hand – while patronizing local shops. Sure, we could just be in a restaurant or bar, but we love to take in the neighborhood and have those chance encounters with friends that we get from walking down the street.
Following the release of a report in Group Dynamics, ICRAVE Managing Director Elizabeth Von Lehe told Fast Company, “Traditional office models are very hierarchical and segmented, with private offices that keep management separated.”
In an industry historically dominated by men, Urban Land Institute highlighted an architecture firm focused on an inclusiveculture. Gensler, the world’s largest design firm, prefers a co-leadership model – with many offices led by one male and onefemale, finding complementary strengths offer better results.