Renting empty office space? Stage it.

Stage a Spec Suite to Attract Office Space Renters

Thanks to the burgeoning economy, Chicago’s commercial rental market is finally in an upswing. But in an arena that’s flooded…

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Indie Venture Capitalism: How The Sharing Economy Opens Doors

Tis the season to share! And it looks like companies everywhere are jumping on the sharing economy bandwagon. This interesting…

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More Fun With the Office of the Future

We all love to imagine what the Offices of Tomorrow will look like, or what the Workers of Tomorrow will…

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Study: Standing Desks Are More Beneficial To Students

Old school teachers used to punish students by making them stand at their desks. Now, researchers are prescribing it for…

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Corporate dining seen as key perk

If you thought that workplace benefits are all about health insurance, casual Fridays and 401(k)s? Think again. One of the…

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How Today's Decision-Makers Lead with their Feet

The key to making better decisions may involve a simple recipe of fresh air and and a good pair of…

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monotasking tedtalk

Want to get more done? Do less. Start Monotasking.

Forget multitasking, try monotasking: People aren’t just cooking anymore — they’re cooking, texting, talking on the phone, watching YouTube and uploading…

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Artificial Intelligence

Are We Ready For The Age of AGI?

Scaremongers play on the idea that robots will simply replace people on the job. In fact, they can become our…

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How To Woo Students And Influence Early Adopters

When it comes to marketing to students, as a target audience they have proven to be an unusual breed unto…

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Reflections at Bloomington Central Station Photographer: George Heinrich Photography

An Interview with David Graham, AIA

As a founding Design Partner of Elness Swenson Graham Architects, Inc. (ESG), David Graham has innovated a city-building practice in…

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An Interview with Ted H Davis, AIA, IIDA

Architecture has the responsibility to make special places. It should inspire us with an uplifting experience and improve our daily…

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Intensity: An Interview with Julie Snow, FAIA

After several years of teaching at the University of Minnesota, I recently completed a few semesters as a visiting critic…

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