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Child Care Design Guide
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Virtually unknown 30 years ago, daycare has become a growth industry. Child Care Design Guide helps architects and designers plan, design, and renovate functional, developmentally rich, pleasing centers. Author Anita Rui Olds brings to this work over 25 years of design experience with children's facilities. She gives you step-by-step explanations of interior and exterior layout and design principles fleshed out in clarifying case studies. You learn about licensing and code requirements, operational standards and strategies, and get helpful checklists, charts and graphs for optimum facility design within time, space, and budgetary constraints. This highly visual work features over 300 floor plans for infant and toddler, preschool, and afterschool spaces, plus areas for outdoor play and more. (20010501)
Int Des I: 'Great Room' Floor Plan
This is the first project from Interior Design I. We had to design a floor plan for a great room based upon a reality show of our choice. I chose to base mine on MTV"s The Real World-New York. My concept was to have an entertaining and hip space for seven young people to live in that consisted of informal spaces such as the large island replacing a formal dining room, the game area located to the right of the kitchen, and the mini bar space in the living room space.The Firenze - Donald A. Gardner Architects, Inc.
The Firenze's floor plan includes a large great room with a dramatic two-story ceiling and a wall of windows to enjoy rear views. (Photographed homes may have been modified from their original construction).
Is your company run by a team with no name?See also:
At the top of every organization chart lies a myth—that a Senior Management Team makes a company's critical decisions. The reality is that critical decisions are typically made by the boss and a small group of confidants—a "team with no name"—outside of formal processes. Meanwhile, other members of the management team wonder why they weren't in the room or even consulted ahead of time. The dysfunction that results from this gap between myth and reality has led to years of unproductive team building exercises. The problems, Frisch shows, are ones of process and structure, not psychology.
Who's In the Room is based on interviews with CEOs at organizations ranging from MasterCard to Ticketmaster to The Red Cross.
Understand and embrace the way decision-making actually happens in their organizations
Use these "teams with no names" to best advantage
Engage the Senior Management Team in the three critical tasks for which it is ideally suited
Organizations will get better decisions and superior results by unleashing the full potential of their Senior Management Teams. And bosses will see a dramatic drop-off in people coming into their offices asking, "Why wasn't I in the room?"
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