Key Elements of the Interconnected Workplace

by CoyDavidson on February 15, 2012

The rapid introduction of new technology into the workplace particularly in terms of connectivity is placing and increasing focus on office space as a tool to face today’s business challenges. We live in an increasingly complex business environment that places a premium on productivity as well as the need to control costs to remain competitive.

Steelcase has an excellent new  research article on its website titled; “The Next Office: Why CEOs Are Paying Attention” which focuses on how executives can leverage the office to meet the expectation of delivering higher performance from every company asset. The article outlines in the infographic below five key workplace issues affecting organizations around the world.

Design Principles for the Interconnected Workplace

  1. Optimize Real Estate
  2. Enhance Collaboration
  3. Attract, Develop, Engage People
  4. Build Brand and Activate Culture
  5. Wellbeing @Work

Source: Steelcase

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