Learning and innovation go hand in hand.
The arrogance of success is to think that what you did yesterday
will be sufficient for tomorrow.William Pollard
Aligning people with their new Workplace
delivers superior ROI
Office spaces are experiencing change increasingly due to remote work, technology advances and the ever increasing need to innovate. Containing what is often is the second largest budget item, office accommodation, is an important factor but only one of many.
Office space design provides the organisational context within which people share their skills, deliver their job outcomes and engage with others through similar experiences.
Office space has evolved significantly over the decade – from brown rectangular offices to open plan to shared desk environments. The property focus has also evolved from a preoccupation with style – i.e. being “slick or cool” or modern or even outlandish to a focused and singular ambition of designing a workspace specifically intended to help people flourish.
As the nature of work has changed from being singular tasks to inter-connected and inter-reliant activities so the nature of where these task are carried out has needed to change.
And so co working spaces have become the fastest growing type of work space.
The challenge is often people do not really know how to separate their own expectations and beliefs about work and their success, from working with others for a team success in a collaborative environment.