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Freakonomics Radio: How could open-plan offices be less terrible?

Freakonomics Radio: How could open-plan offices be less terrible?

Journalist Stephen J Dubner explores the "hidden side of everything" with "Nobel laureates, provocateurs, intellectuals, entrepreneurs, and various other underachievers" in the super-popular podcast Freakonomics Radio. In the recent episode 'Yes, the Open Office Is Terrible — But It Doesn’t Have to Be', Dubner looks at the history of office design, why today's open offices are often "a nightmare of noise and discomfort" and whether they can be saved.

Duration: 12 min

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