Open office, cubicle, closed doors — is one office setup better than the other? Not necessarily. It really all depends on the nature of the work at hand and your company's organizational culture. While an open-office layout may be good for collaboration, the noise may be disruptive for creatives. On the other hand, a manager may be better suited in an open office so their team members can easily approach them with questions.
Not sure how you should set up your office? Check out this infographic put together by Quill.com.
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