Discovering Workscapes: An investigation of collective workspaces

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Discovering Workscapes : An investigation of collective workspaces. / Ahmed-Brakel, Fiza; Cnossen, Boukje; Schlegelmilch, Julia.

Collaborative Spaces at Work: Innovation, Creativity and Relations. ed. / Fabrizio Montanari; Elisa Mattarelli; Anna Chiara. Milton Park : Routledge Publishers, 2020. p. 2-13.

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Harvard

Ahmed-Brakel, F, Cnossen, B & Schlegelmilch, J 2020, Discovering Workscapes: An investigation of collective workspaces. in F Montanari, E Mattarelli & A Chiara (eds), Collaborative Spaces at Work: Innovation, Creativity and Relations. Routledge Publishers, Milton Park, pp. 2-13. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429329425

APA

Ahmed-Brakel, F., Cnossen, B., & Schlegelmilch, J. (2020). Discovering Workscapes: An investigation of collective workspaces. In F. Montanari, E. Mattarelli, & A. Chiara (Eds.), Collaborative Spaces at Work: Innovation, Creativity and Relations (pp. 2-13). Routledge Publishers. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429329425

Vancouver

Ahmed-Brakel F, Cnossen B, Schlegelmilch J. Discovering Workscapes: An investigation of collective workspaces. In Montanari F, Mattarelli E, Chiara A, editors, Collaborative Spaces at Work: Innovation, Creativity and Relations. Milton Park: Routledge Publishers. 2020. p. 2-13 https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429329425

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