Monthly Archives: January 2014

A facility based on change – a few more thoughts

I have quoted from this book before, but every time I read it, I find something new and inspiring. This book was written in 1968 by Robert Propst when Herman Miller launched Action Office. I found these 2 quotes today, … Continue reading

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Is what you see what you get?

The story of Christopher Jefferies is a sad and sorry tale. It is a tale of how low the press will sink, it is a tale of how easily we succumb to press propaganda, it is also a tale of … Continue reading

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