Management by Design: Applying Design Principles to the Work Experience
Daniel W. Rasmus
Publication Date
December 2010
FROM AMAZON.COM: A revealing look at work environments that lead to greater loyalty and an increase in productivity

Exploring the premise that the best way to attract and retain people, and their knowledge, will come from designing environments that turn today's increasingly virtual workplace into an attractive place for people to spend their time, Management by Design: Applying Design Principles to the Work Experience shows how the principles of design can be successfully applies to the work experience, making it a rewarding and productive.

  • Reveals why the application of design to the workplace experience can improve the employee/employer relationship
  • Why increased morale and employee loyalty start with a great work environment
  • Explains why it is more important than ever to manage work experiences, especially with the projected work shortages in the coming decades

    This innovative book helps managers and executives connect the dots between employee retention, positive brand expression, and lasting stories that reflect well on an organization.

  • Management by Design: Applying Design Principles to the Work Experience
    Filed under: design thinking, management, hr.
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    1. Driving Forces for Workplace Change
    2. Why Design Matters
    3. The Tools of Workplace Design
    4. Exploring Design: A Methodology
    5. Finding Your Balance
    6. Finding Proportion
    7. Feeling the Rhythm and Motion
    8. Seeking Simplicity
    9. Designing for Flexibility
    10. Taking Equitability Seriously
    11. Learning to Forgive
    12. Perceptibility
    13. Deep Dive: Meetings by Design
    14. Social Computing by Design
    15. Lessons from Microsoft Netherlands
    16. The Future of Workplace Design