Microsoft has been changing the way it does business a lot since Satya Nadella became its CEO in early 2014. A new report claims the company may extend that theme of change to its physical headquarters campus in Redmond, Washington, in a massive overhaul of its work spaces.
According to Bloomberg:
If the plan is indeed approved, the current private offices on Microsoft's campus would be changed to more open-plan work spaces. The idea is that the change will force more collaboration between employees. It could also make it easier to hire younger employees:
If approved, the cost of the revamp could run into the billions of dollars.
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