Psychology of Collaboration Spaces – Research and Survey

Herman Miller is currently sponsoring the next stage of Research into the Psychology of Collaboration Spaces, being carried out by Dr Nigel Oseland of Workplace Unlimited

The key methodology is an on-line survey. The survey determines your personality profile and collaboration preferences. To enter the survey click the image below:


The research follows on from the literature review that Nigel conducted on behalf of Herman Miller last year and we are pleased to say that we are also sponsoring this year’s research. For a copy of the previous research report please click here for a summary or the full paper.

The survey takes around 15 minutes to complete (ideal for a coffee break). As a reward for completing the survey you will receive a copy of the new research report and an invitation to a seminar of the research findings. You may also enter a prize draw for a Herman Miller Mirra chair and Workplace Trends conference tickets.

We would appreciate your response by 31 August after which the survey will close.


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