Schnugg, C., & Lehner, J. (2016). Communicating identity or status? A media analysis of art works visible in photographic portraits of business executives. International Journal of Arts Management, 18(2), 63–74.
- "Today, art works appear to be part of the standard furnishings of executive offices. This quantitative study of business magazines in Germany, Austria and the United States found that in approximately 6% of all photographic portraits of executives, the subjects were pictured in front of an art work in their office or boardroom. The authors explore the functions of art surrounding executives in their offices, beyond its decorative component." (Abstract)
Lynn, J. (1997). Feng shui: Can an ancient Chinese art help your modern-day office? Commercial Law Bulletin, 12(2), 12.
- "Talks about the use of `feng shui,' the Chinese art of placement to put people in harmony with their surroundings. Recognition and acceptance of feng shui in the West; Tips for incorporating feng shui in the office; Positive influence of feng shui." (Abstract)
Levine, J. (2012). The Post-it Wars. Bloomberg Businessweek, 4261, 75–77.
- "The article examines the Post-It Wars, a social trend in which employees of corporations create informal works of art composed of the office paper supplies known as Post-It notes, manufactured by the company 3M. The origin of the informal art by employees of the French video game industry firm Ubisoft and the subsequent adaptation of the fad by employees of major corporations in France to decorate office building windows are discussed. The globalization of Post-It art is considered." (Abstract)
The impact of office design on business performance. (2005). Management Services, 49(3), 12–15.
- "This article focuses on the influence of office design on business performance. Research on the relationship between office design and business productivity has generally started from design variables and then has sought to establish some organizational or business consequence. The cost of providing accommodation for office workers in terms of both capital or construction costs and building running costs is dwarfed by the costs of employees' salaries and benefits." (ABstract)
Art in the Workplace Brings Benefits. (2005). Teller Vision, 1335, 4.
- Discusses a research conducted by the Business Committee for the Arts and the International Association for Professional Art Advisors which indicates the positive relationship between on-the-job productivity and the presence of art in the workplace. Improvement of employee morale; Increase in creativity and productivity; Ability to combat stress. (Abstract)