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Posted Tuesday, 10 December 2013
New research paper asks if design can influence trust in the workplace.
Prominent Australian interior design consultancy Geyer – which markets itself as a ‘strategic interior design practice’ – has collaborated with the Swinburne University of Technology (a DIA Education Member) and global research, consulting and training firm ‘Great Place To Work’ to produce a paper examining the role that trust plays in effective workplaces, and whether design can improve that level of trust.