April 19th, 2016

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13 Workplace Analytics Every IT Leader Should Track

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Your work environment matters. The space that surrounds us can either motivate or demotivate our daily activities. A few factors need to be present regardless of a company's culture: ventilation, lighting and windows have all been proven in studies to impact productivity, either negatively or positively.

Beyond these basics, a company's culture – as reflected by its working environment – will have a unique impact on different personalities. While one person may thrive in a traditional office setting, another may feel smothered. On the flip side, the person who thrives in the traditional setting could feel lost in an unconventional workplace.

What work environment suits you? We created this quick quiz for you to identify the work culture that best matches up to your unique personality. Check it out below!

 

Did you get the work environment you expected? Are you currently working in your ideal environment? Post your results on social and connect with us on Twitter to share your results.

Top image: Airbnb Sydney, courtesy of Office Snapshots.

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