Acronyms commonly used to refer to an “open office plan” or an “open plan office”
OO/OPO refers to a more modern office layout created to allow for more organization-wide transparency and ad-hoc collaboration amongst employees. Some open office plans include a variety of flexible workspaces enabling activity-based working. Other open office plans consist of uniform benches or rows of desks and little flexibility creating an uncomfortable workspace full of noise, distractions and void of privacy and empowerment.
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