The Master in Work Space Design is an innovative post-professional program that addresses the implications of change in our contemporary work place. There are new complexities in the work place – including how we work, where we work, the technology we use, increased competitiveness, new forms of communication, globalization, stakeholders' expectations, sustainability and more. The program has been designed to provide students with the necessary skills and knowledge to establish positive relationships between the design of the work space, business and the individual. It is a comprehensive program that integrates design strategies, user needs and the organizational culture of businesses. Through careful analyses of the complexities of the work place, business cultures, user requirements and perceptions, along with advanced design instruction, the program seeks to provide an innovative understanding of the relationship between organizational culture and architectural concerns; paying special attention to the interior design of the work environment and its relation with branding, efficiency and social responsibility. The innovative and pioneering profile of this master course lies in the combination of IE's business expertise in conjunction with the research knowledge of the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design at the Royal College of Art in London. you & IE The program is aimed at a wide variety of professionals involved in the design and decision-making process of the work environment such as:
- Architects, interior designers, space planners, interior environmentalists, willing to improve their expertise on the work space and all the elements that comprise it.
- Engineers, IT specialists, and consultants seeking to make a step forward in their know-how about interior environments.
- Facility Managers and HR who are responsible for the translation of corporate culture and productivity to the physical environment.
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