In the following presentation, Elizabeth J. Sander, Arran Caza and Peter J. Jordan, propose a conceptual model and measure of the physical environment to investigate the impact of aspects of workplace design on behavior and performance. Recent research has suggested that a single physical workplace design is unlikely to provide the solution to optimizing performance (Chan et al., 2007). While the physical environment has been shown to influence a range of workplace outcomes, the mechanism by which the physical environment overall affects behavior and performance is not well understood. As such, the authors focus in particular on a model of workplace design that embraces these multiple expectations and provides a range of different work environments within a single workplace to suit the particular task or disposition of the individual.
|Publication status||Published - 2014|
|Event||Society for Industrial and Organisational Psychology Annual Meeting Hawaii 2014 - Honolulu, United States|
Duration: 15 May 2014 → 17 May 2014
|Conference||Society for Industrial and Organisational Psychology Annual Meeting Hawaii 2014|
|Abbreviated title||SIOP 2014|
|Period||15/05/14 → 17/05/14|
Sander, E. J., Caza, A., & Jordan, P. J. (2014). Variety, customizability, and appeal: A model of workplace environment. Paper presented at Society for Industrial and Organisational Psychology Annual Meeting Hawaii 2014, Honolulu, United States.