“The more we understand about how creativity works—psychologically, socially, neurologically—the better we understand the optimal conditions for letting our brains get busy. And that includes our offices. All around the world, companies are looking to boost innovative thinking by embracing a radical idea: Maybe you can change how people work by changing where they work. Here, in no particular order, are ten of the most interesting new workspaces.”
- James Martin, Globe & Mail
What could this mean for teaching and learning environments? How can Education learn about the importance of transformational learning environments from the creative workspaces that are being adopted by top companies from around the world?