Finding the sweet spot in your office design that encourages strategic multitasking is now backed by some substantial research that concludes the need for on the job learning opportunities within your office design. Increased productivity & collaboration for employees ascends to a new level of engagement when opportunities for personal growth are part of the design. Getting the most use out of your team requires dedicated areas for innovative thinking and on-site training among the chaos of daily tasks.
The landscape of workplace design is an exciting opportunity for the innovative thinking and creativity of green design. No matter how corporate the culture, attracting and keeping top talent hinges upon the ability to adapt. Tapping into the same out of box thinking with your office design will create a destination that keeps your staff engaged and productive. Solid research meets aesthetic when dynamic design teams up with green design for well-being and productivity.
Transitional desks, conference tables, training tables, chairs & screens mobilize your office for success by providing room for growth and change. Ever since laptops liberated the modern workforce from assigned seating and enclosed cubicles, the mobile generation has been changing the way office furniture adapts. Employees have embraced workspaces that allow them to sit, stand, roam and interact with co-workers. To mobilize your office for success, start by paying attention to these changing needs and seeking improvements that promote collaboration wherever possible.
The absolute certainty in life and worklife is change. Finding inventive ways to adapt to the demands of the evolving workspace starts with a flexible design. Setting a foundation for the adaptable workspace will give your office an edge and allow you to continue evolving along with your team. Designing ahead of the change will give you longterm flexibility.
The startup culture has been defining and redefining the corporate world heavily for the past few years. As people continue to look for ways to improve work/life balance, the workstyle bar continues to rise. The collaborative nature of the startup culture has always been about connection and opportunities to network with others who can help you achieve your success. That visionary approach of starting up has influenced many industry trends and continues to empower change.
In 2016 we are likely to see a shift in the open collaborative office toward a more mindful office layout that creates a balance between open and private spaces with the added flexibility of mobile furnishings. Multi-tasking furnishings that can transition, much like the ever-changing workscapes of today, will take center stage.