Originally published in Entrepreneur Magazine
By David Levin
Casinos are known for creating an inviting atmosphere to maximize customer satisfaction, using everything from the layout of the gaming floor to the creative positioning of digital signage to boost profits throughout their massive, complex hospitality operations.
The central principle of casino design is making the customer comfortable and relaxed enough to keep playing for prolonged periods of time. It’s something casino managers have down to an art form. Executives running many of America’s offices could stand to borrow some of the same techniques to avoid the type of dullness on display in TV shows like The Office.
Here are six ways offices can adapt some of what casinos do well:
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David Levin is President and CEO at Four Winds Interactive.