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Take a walk for a creativity boost – Parthajeet Sarma

This article has been written by Parthajeet Sarma. He is a Chevening scholar (Oxford University), writer, award-winning innovator and entrepreneur. 15 years out of his over two decades of work experience, has been as an entrepreneur. Set up in 2003, iDream has metamorphosed to be a boutique strategic management consultancy, handholding change management in corporate organisations, by following a unique method of using ‘space’ as the starting point of innovation. His third book ‘The radically changing nature of Work, Workers & Workplaces’  released in June…

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Creating a minimal yet dynamic workplace, an un-office – Architect Manish Dikshit

Architect Manish Dikshit, a gold medallist in architecture, has created award winning designs: from designing kindergartens to townships. He has imparted knowledge from his experiences at world architectural events, lectures in top design schools etc. He has a keen eye for detail and that is seen in his designs. His ingenious approach for every project ensures optimum usability of space while making it aesthetically functional.  He is extremely passionate about design and has a quest to be up to date about latest market trends, material…

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Space as a starting point for innovation

A mutual fund from Parnassus Investments, comprised exclusively of companies with outstanding workplaces, has given a 9.63 percent annualized return as against an overall S&P index of 5.58 during the same period. Investing in workplace happiness ensures organisations stay on top. Space is, and can be used as a starting point for innovation. But are we? Across several decades, test after test in social science has shown that when humans are given a simple set of rules to solve a problem, with a clear destination,…

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