Top drivers for workplace design
The “experience” economy, the influence of “startup” culture, and changing work styles are driving workplace design. Technology is blending work, life and play. Top drivers for workplace planning include collaboration, work process and flow, attraction and retention, cost, and maximum space utilization.
Group-work dynamics call for a new, immersive planning approach that’s as fluid as work teams need to be. Companies need to accommodate mobile employees, remote workers, part-time employees, contract workers and consultants as they work in teams collaboratively.
See the full article on BizTimes – BizInsights Group-work dynamics call for a new, immersive planning approach that’s as fluid as work teams need to be. Stephanie Anderson, co-founder and executive vice president of Creative Business Interiors, reviews the top drivers of workplace design.