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Designing Spaces for Creative Collaboration - HBR IdeaCast An interview with Scott Doorley and Scott Witthoft, co-directors of the Environments Collaborative at the Stanford University d.school and authors of Make Space: How to Set the Stage for Creative Collaboration. Download this podcast KATHERINE BELL: Welcome to the HBR IdeaCast. I’m Katherine Bell. I’m on the phone today with Scott Doorley and Scott Witthoft. SCOTT DOORLEY: Thank, Katherine. SCOTT WITTHOFT: Thanks Katherine, our pleasure. KATHERINE BELL: So what makes a space good for collaborative and creative work? SCOTT WITTHOFT: It’s important to bring your full self to work, and a creative environment is an environment that helps you bring your full self to work. Another aspect of creative work is idea generation. We think it’s very important to lower status in the creative space. KATHERINE BELL: So can you give us some concrete examples of how an organization might choose to design space differently to be able to encourage the kind of behaviors you’re talking about? SCOTT DOORLEY: Yes.

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