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Dr. Craig Knight

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Local Address: United Kingdom
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  • PhD , research project
    University of Exeter
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in.Design Magazine | must-read magazine for the professional interior designer and interiors architect » Business News
indesignmagazine.co.uk, 1 April 2014 [cached]
Serving the contract market, Craig Knight, Director, IDR will ponder expensive design statements.
Research staff - Psychology - University of Exeter
psychology.exeter.ac.uk, 14 July 2014 [cached]
Craig Knight IDR Director +44 (0)7847 717693
Psychologists reveal the latest research on the psychological impacts of workplace design | New Ways of Working Network
www.newwow.net, 30 Dec 2010 [cached]
The expert panel included Sally Augustin, PhD, founder of Design With Science and PlaceCoach, Jay Brand, PhD, Cognitive Psychologist, at Haworth, Inc., and Craig Knight, PhD, Managing Director of Prism at the University of Exeter.
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Craig Knight described his work at the head of Prism's recent research at the University of Exeter.
Identity Realization - Contact
www.identityrealization.com, 14 Oct 2014 [cached]
Dr. Craig Knight
Identity Realization Limited
South Devon House
Babbage Road
Totnes
TQ9 5JA
Mob: +44 (0)7847 717693
Tel: +44 1626 331 725
Going green could lower stress in the Public Sector | Ambius News
www.ambius.co.uk, 11 Oct 2010 [cached]
According to Dr Craig Knight, Managing Director of psychological research consultancy Prism* at the University of Exeter, the design of the working environment could have a key role to play in reducing employee stress.
Many managers in all sectors are favouring a 'stripped down' office that is depersonalised and 'lean' in a bid to save costs. "Implementing a lean office is the worst thing they could do", says Dr Knight. "There is a growing body of evidence questioning methods of office design and management."
Research conducted by Knight and colleagues at the University of Exeter has consistently shown that the lean office (i.e., one with clean desk policies and regulated practices) is the least productive and the most likely to contain unhappy, stressed and ill workers.
Knight found that simply enriching a work environment with plants and artwork improved productivity by up to 17% compared to a lean space,with measures of well-being increasing by similar amounts. Giving employees some say over their own environment saw productivity increase by up to 32% compared with the control, lean offices. This work was supported by Ambius, the world's largest interior landscaping company.
Dr. Knight continues "What some managers may see as superfluous items of non-standard clutter are in fact key elements in creating a psychologically satisfying workspace.
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With over 25 years commercial experience, most of it in the field of office design, Craig Knight has now applied his knowledge to academic research.
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