Agency and Influence: The Organizational Impact of a New School of Education Building

Citation: "Agency and Influence: The Organizational Impact of a New School of Education Building," by Nathan F. Alleman, L. Neal Holly, and Carla A. Costello, Planning for Higher Education, v41n2 (2013)

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Over at SCUP's LinkedIn Commons, Paul Whitson of Skidmore Owings & Merrill LLP (SOM) shared his opinion of this article with our 4,000+ participants in that part of SCUP's virtual presence:

Wow. What an insightful article. The notion of POE as a design tool carries great weight when deployed as described. The concepts of organizational impact can be applied to a wide range of institutions, and the impact of architectural intervention takes on a new meaning in this context.

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