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Quiet! Please!

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Quiet worker_200pxThe below post originally appeared on JLL’s Green Blog, on August 20, 2014, and was authored by Bob Best, Energy and Sustainability Services.

Why aren’t open offices as productive as they could be?

The main culprit is noise.

Great article by Maria Konnikova in The New Yorker (1/7/14)

“In laboratory settings, noise has been repeatedly tied to reduced cognitive performance. The

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