These are the three areas that frame the context for anthrocubeology.
This is an anthrocubeologist’s muse.
Observations, perspectives, and stories discovered and explored include –
APPLIED IMPROV – or applied improvisation – is the use of improv exercises, activities, and skills in non-performance settings.
SERVANT LEADERSHIP – the phrase coined by Robert K. Greenleaf – involves the expression and practice of a combination of characteristics that lend themselves to a particular approach for interacting with people.
BEHAVIOR DESIGN – as characterized by BJ Fogg – incorporates creating systems to change human behavior, which includes considering motivation, ability, and triggers (also known as a call to action).
As an anthrocubeologist shares field work, these three main areas provide the setting for stories about workspace experiences –
- the sociocultural experience (interactions)
- the physical setting (workspaces)
- the decisions each person makes to connect or disconnect with others in cubeopolis (choices)
Create and contribute to the conversation on twitter for all things anthrocubeology.