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Efficiency rubs off

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The impact of an office building on the efficiency and productivity of the people working within it can be quantified, believe researchers Nigel Oseland and Paul Bartlett, who have produced a tool for doing just that. Sponsored by the detr, the pair have produced Improving Office Productivity, a book and computer disk. It suggests facilities managers should assess the way the buildings are used and effectiveness of the facilities within them. The book is published by Pearson Education tel 01279 623 928.

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