Joint Cisco and Plantronics case study

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    Activity-based office environments are becoming

    increasingly popular as more businesses

    acknowledge their inherent benefits. By offering

    work stations based on the specific activity at

    hand versus each person having a designated

    desk, organizations are seeing an increase in

    productivity, collaboration, job satisfaction and

    decrease in real estate costs. Cisco, a worldwide

    leader in networking equipment, recently

    abandoned its traditional “cube farm” layout

    in its St. Leonards, Australia office for an

    activity-based workspace.