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About the Newest 360 Issue: Cultivating Creativity at Work

The newest issue of 360 Magazine explores why and how workplaces should support this creative shift. Chris Congdon, 360 editor and director of global research at Steelcase, joins 360 Real Time to discuss why the latest issue is focusing on creativity and to tell us about new ways you can enjoy 360.

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