| Technology is widely accepted as a powerful business productivity tool, a lever. The office is not. It is even accounted for as overhead, or sunk cost, something to manage and minimize. Our case for space aims to uncover what companies lose with this mindset and what they could gain with a new understanding of how powerful the tools of design, space and place making are. For organizations that want to move at the speed of business changing their workspace is one of the fastest, easiest and most revealing tools to shift culture at the same pace. Unfortunately, today most buildings communicate in no uncertain terms that designing for people is low on our scale of priorities. In most offices less than fifty percent of space is being utilized. This is a drain on direct costs as well as the vitality of its employees. Employee engagement initiatives have often failed because poor employee engagement is embedded in the companys culture. Change Your Space, Change Your Culture reveals secrets from companies who have uncovered the relationship between engagement, culture, and space.