Category Archive: Design

Feb 09 2012

Quiet, Please: Should workplaces be designed for extroverts?

Susan Cain, author of  Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking,on how today’s workplaces are designed for extroverts: “It’s quite a problem in the workplace today, because we have a workplace that is increasingly set up for maximum group interaction. More and more of our offices are set up as …

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Feb 02 2011

Free Webinar: Next Generation Lighting Systems

Realcomm will be hosting a FREE webinar on February 17 at 12:30pm EST on “Next Generation Lighting Systems”.

Jan 27 2010

Cities Entering 2010 Overdue for an Earthquake: Port au Prince, Memphis, Seattle, St. Louis, Charleston, Salt Lake

Port au Prince entered 2010 overdue for a major earthquake.  So did a number of other U.S. cities and communities–and not just those in California.  Try St. Louis, Seattle, Charleston, Memphis, Salt Lake City, and New England. Reports WSB Radio: The earthquake that struck Haiti two weeks ago was the strongest in that country in more …

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Oct 08 2009

Convening for Change: Reports from CORENET Global Las Vegas Summit

Starting today, Jones Lang LaSalle is hosting a blog and tweeting about the CoreNet Global Summit in Las Vegas: We plan to engage both Summit attendees as well as non-attendees by providing perspectives and behind-the-scenes insights on the business and CRE trends being discussed at the conference.  

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