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    May Book Club Selection

    Posted: May 9, 2018

    Hi everyone! We wanted to let you know what the King Book Club will be reading this May. This month's book is challenging us to change the way we talk about who we are, what we do, and what value we bring to our customers! We're so excited to hear everyone's thoughts!

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    Patients Come Second – Part 1

    Posted: April 27, 2018

    We all know the title “Patients Come Second” is a bit disturbing to hear and goes against all commonsense practices we have heard for years in the health care field. Once you dig into the book you will start to understand the other side of the story!

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    April Book Club Selection

    Posted: April 9, 2018

    Hi everyone! We wanted to let you know what the King Book Club will be reading this April. This month's book challenged our perceptions on how to design for the healthcare industry and we can't wait to hear your thoughts!

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    Life of Work – Part 4

    Posted: March 30, 2018

    Life of Work takes a thought-provoking approach to evaluating the quality of life inside the workplace, where we spend a huge chunk of our life. Join us as we dig into what research tells us about knowledge interactions such as the public library, the emotional landscapes of theatre design, flexible temporary events in the urban public realm, and intensive team environments in air traffic control, media newsrooms, and emergency departments to support that movement!

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    Life of Work – Part 3

    Posted: March 26, 2018

    Life of Work takes a thought-provoking approach to evaluating the quality of life inside the workplace, where we spend a huge chunk of our life. Join us as we dig into what research tells us about knowledge interactions such as the public library, the emotional landscapes of theatre design, flexible temporary events in the urban public realm, and intensive team environments in air traffic control, media newsrooms, and emergency departments to support that movement!

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    Life of Work – Part 2

    Posted: March 23, 2018

    Life of Work takes a thought-provoking approach to evaluating the quality of life inside the workplace, where we spend a huge chunk of our life. Join us as we dig into what research tells us about knowledge interactions such as the public library, the emotional landscapes of theatre design, flexible temporary events in the urban public realm, and intensive team environments in air traffic control, media newsrooms, and emergency departments to support that movement!

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    Life of Work – Part 1

    Posted: March 12, 2018

    Life of Work takes a thought-provoking approach to evaluating the quality of life inside the workplace, where we spend a huge chunk of our life. Join us as we dig into what research tells us about knowledge interactions such as the public library, the emotional landscapes of theatre design, flexible temporary events in the urban public realm, and intensive team environments in air traffic control, media newsrooms, and emergency departments to support that movement!

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    March Book Club Selection

    Posted: March 2, 2018

    Hi everyone! We wanted to let you know what the King Book Club will be reading this March. We haven't been able to put this book down and we can't wait to hear what you think!

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    Understanding Creative Change: Part 3

    Posted: February 23, 2018

    Join our VP of Sales, Diane Flinders, as she finishes up her reflections on Jennifer Mueller’s book Creative Change Why we resist it….how we can embrace it. 

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    Understanding Creative Change: Part 2

    Posted: February 16, 2018

    We are continuing with Jennifer Mueller’s book Creative Change Why we resist it….how we can embrace it. In this book Jennifer Mueller asks some hard hitting questions about why we reject those creative solutions we love and challenges our perceptions of what innovation is. Join our VP of Sales, Diane Flinders, for the next two weeks as she tackles Creative Change and lends us her insights

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    Understanding Creative Change: Part 1

    Posted: February 16, 2018

    We are kick-starting our book club with Jennifer Mueller’s book Creative Change Why we resist it….how we can embrace it. In this book Jennifer Mueller asks some hard hitting questions about why we reject those creative solutions we love and challenges our perceptions of what innovation is. Join our VP of Sales, Diane Flinders, for the next three weeks as she tackles Creative Change and lends us her insights!

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    Announcing the King Book Club!

    Posted: February 7, 2018

    Who else has a “must read” list of business or design industry focused books just waiting to be read? We sure do and here at King we love to continue to improve how we work and help educate on current trends. We decided to tackle some of these “must read” books with a King Book Club!

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    Can Biophilic Design Really Benefit Your Workplace?

    Posted: July 13, 2017

    The gray, drab, cubicle-lined workplace is becoming a thing of the past. Many companies, especially those interested in competing for top talent, are aware that these offices just won't cut it anymore. While some companies such as Google, Amazon, or Apple are on the cutting edge of modern work spaces and employee benefits, other businesses are slowly starting to catch up.

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    How WELL Standard Certification Can Improve Your Business

    Posted: June 26, 2017

    The way society looks at health and wellness is changing in many avenues. Gone are the days of seeing your doctor once a year, living your life, and addressing problems as they arise.

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    6 Office Design Tips to Promote Well Being in the Workplace

    Posted: July 7, 2016

    If you want to achieve an office culture with happy and engaged employees, begin by reevaluating your physical workplace. The working environment, where about ninety percent of people’s time is spent, matters more than you might realize.

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    Key Elements of the ‘New Workplace’ Kitchen

    Posted: March 31, 2016

    The kitchen is a key part of the office. It's not only a place for employees to refuel and refresh themselves, but it is also a place for people to share ideas and form strong working relationships. With 57% of employees expressing that having a work kitchen would make them more productive, why not invest in making this space as accommodating as possible?

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    5 Reasons You Should Organize Your Work Desk Today

    Posted: October 2, 2015

    Organization is the key to getting your work done. When you maintain an organized desk, you are creating the best environment for accomplishing day-to-day tasks. One survey revealed that 90% of Americans believe that clutter has a negative impact on their lives and work, and 77% believe that clutter actually hinders their efficiency.

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    4 Reasons to Integrate Stand Up Desks Into Your Workspace

    Posted: September 15, 2015

    Business owners and facility managers alike are consistently looking for ways to promote employee wellness, variety in the workplace, and a strong working culture. Standing desks are one emerging product that simultaneously addresses many of these goals.

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    The Guide To Creating The Perfect Third Space For Your Employees

    Posted: July 8, 2015

    Today, a lot of companies are going to a more open work environment with reduced square footage for the workstation.

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    Collaborative Spaces

    Posted: February 6, 2015
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    Active Ergonomics

    Posted: January 20, 2015
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