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Inside a Fundamental Shift Happening at Work

The ways we work and, as a result, the environments in which we work are changing in ways we haven’t seen before. Steelcase Director of Research Communications and Editor of 360 Magazine Chris Congdon, is part of a team reporting on the renaissance the office is experiencing. Listen as we discuss the drivers and disrupters causing this fundamental shift in the workplace. And, learn how the state of work today is blurring the edges of the traditional office to create places people love to work.

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