A recap of May’s Thriving Workplace Summit at Michigan Ross
June 28, 2017
Can workplace design support thriving at work, bring out the best in people, and help nurture positive organizational change? This is the question asked in a post about the Thriving Workplace Summit, co-organized by the Center for Positive Organizations, HLW, and Colliers International.
The blog, penned by a team from HLW, highlighted the Summit’s interdisciplinary approach to work-space and organizational structure by connecting architecture and design and Positive Organizational Scholarship. The post also shared actionable ways for leaders to innovate and build a “state of abundance in everyday practice,” such as network mapping activities, spatial analysis tools, and language strategies.