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Pam Kendall

Pam Kendall is a statistical data analyst and web developer who likes to spend her free time playing guitar, hanging out with friends, and traveling.

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First a Starbucks on every corner… now open offices seem to be popping up everywhere! Are they just the latest trend or are they here to stay? No one really knows, but I can guarantee that if your company is thinking about making the move to an open office, you’ve come to the right place.

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Change can be a terrifying word to some people. It doesn’t matter if it’s something small, such as changing your diet and trying to eat a little healthier, or something big like packing up your family, moving to a different state, and changing jobs. Change is difficult. And change management can be...



By Pam Kendall, Senior Analyst

The world we live in today often lends itself to an “us versus them” mindset, a “me versus everyone else” attitude. Rather than being celebrated, differences are often used to divide. While race, gender, and political affiliation (just to name a few) typically...




“What about my privacy? Where will I store important documents? How will I have private conversations about sensitive human resource issues?”

These were concerns my friend Liz, who is a manager for a well-known banking institution, shared with me about 18 months ago before her company...




As someone who has both a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in statistics, you would expect me to argue the importance of math when planning space and designing an open office. I also know that just mentioning the words mathematical forecasting would make most people want to stop reading...