The Case for Informal Spaces in the Workplace

Monica Biagioli makes the case for informal spaces in the workplace by emphasising the qualitative benefits they can provide, most specifically in the realm of innovation. This goes against the current bias in evidence-based policy that the most valued evidence is that which can be measured and aligns with qualitative forms of representing experience, knowledge, and outcomes. The link is made here between transformation and innovation.

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