Contemporary companies, particularly those in the creative industries, are bringing about substantial change in the ways in which we work today. They are fully embracing changes which promote and stimulate creative work processes through communication, experimentation and new forms of collaboration. There is an understanding that - alongside ever improving connections to external information resources - encouraging communication and knowledge sharing within individual companies increases the potential for more creative and experimental approaches to work. This results in a better understanding of the potential for the optimal organisation of human resources and in turn, a workforce that is stimulated to play an essential part in the creation of improved output. This understanding is no longer limited to the creative industries alone however. As one of the most important internationally operating research institutes in the world, the Fraunhofer Institute requires a building which not only accommodates and reflects the work it carries out, but also stimulates its workforce and encourages new working methodologies.
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