Posts tagged 'books'

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Around The World in 250 Coworking Spaces

The new book by Pauline Roussel and Dimitar Inchev is filled with stories you won’t find on Google Capturing the spirit of innovation often associated

Architecture

The Anti-Anxiety Notebook provides proven strategies to overcome stress

This Cognitive Behavioural Therapy-based notebook is made for tracking emotions, reducing anxiety and managing stress Global mental health has taken a battering over the last

Design

Offecct launches Design With a Story, a new series of books celebrating its collaborations with world-leading designers

The first book in the series will go behind the scenes with Swedish designer Matti Klenell, giving exclusive insights into his creative process The best

Design

The School of Life’s latest book release teaches us how to get across life’s most difficult messages

To mark the launch of How to Find the Right Words, we share an exclusive extract from the book’s work chapter titled Do it now!

Opinion

Why purpose is key to successful businesses – and how you can find it

A compact guide on how to drive efficient workplaces, nurture positive culture and motivate high-performing employees Norwegian design agency Mission has just unveiled its latest

Opinion

BIG gives form to the future with its latest book release

BIG releases the latest iteration of its Taschen trilogy: Formgiving. An Architectural Future History BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group’s third Taschen book, Formgiving. An Architectural Future History, takes

Design
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The School of Life reveals the 20 soft skills you need to succeed at work

The School of Life’s The Emotionally Intelligent Office champions a move away from traditional hard skills in favour of a more soft skillset In recent years,

Opinion
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Five prize-winning books about work that offer a new perspective

An emerging genre of fiction in France is providing an unlikely brand of escapism. Growing numbers of French writers are choosing work as their subject

Opinion

One for the books

Workplace design firm AOS Studley has created a new space for the Penguin Group, with a potentially controversial move from publishing’s traditional, hierarchical offices to

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Jeremy Myerson

As the ageing workforce becomes more demanding, and the nature of work itself changes, workplace design expert Jeremy Myerson sees the sharp division between home

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