By Derek Clements-croome
Preface. Contents. Foreword - Nick Raynsford, Minister for building, DETR. 1. Creativity, setting and other people. 2. the commercial Case for productiveness. three. the character of Poductivity. four. focus & pondering. five. Case reports. 6. the longer term. Appendix. Index.
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Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy of human needs (in the 1940s) bears this out. Once basic needs for physical and emotional survival and safety are met, people are more likely to be motivated by psychological and emotional factors of a higher order such as job satisfaction, relationships with others, self-esteem and fulfilment. Professor Clements-Croome says that productivity is related to the morale of the people working for the organisation. I think that says it all, really. I think work is important.
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The overall feeling is welcoming and refreshing and one of lightness. When you first see it, it looks quite amazing and rather bizarre, but it makes you smile and you keep on smiling as you enter because the feeling of it is pleasurable and the people you see going about their business and ‘getting on with things’ are a part of it. The building is not just to keep them warm and dry and meet their physical needs while they sit at their desks and shuffle and exchange bits of paper – it is the expression of a philosophy, and I feel that the Bank is to be commended for taking such a progressive stance and literally putting its money where its mouth is.
Creating the productive workplace by Derek Clements-croome