To get the balance right in an agile workspace, a work place needs to create spaces that are actually enjoyable to work in. We discuss the solutions with SmartSpace General Manager James Dodunski in this article.
They say the future of workspaces is agile, but what does that mean?
At the beginning of the year, Brendon’s company introduced an agile workspace strategy to help increase productivity, creativity, and collaboration. We helped the company achieve this with several of our SmartSpace innovations and products.
We know there’s both positive and negative views on agile working. To help demystify the concept, we chatted to Brendon about what an average day in an agile workspace really looks like.
The open office revolution has changed the way we work, with many benefits to both staff and management. An agile, open environment promotes collaboration, enhances creativity, allows for varied working styles, and creates a sense of community among staff. But, like all revolutions, the path to success isn’t all smooth sailing. Many workers find open-plan, agile, and activity-based workplaces noisy and distracting…
Luckily, here at SmartSpace we have more than a few noise-reduction tricks and options up our sleeves.
Has your staff grown out of its current space? Does the space no longer work for you?
Is your lease coming to an end (and is it worth renegotiating or using the opportunity to try something new?) Or do you just feel it's time to shake up your office culture—try something that you haven't done before, energise your staff with more agile workspaces, or build the team with more collaborative spaces or focus hubs?