What is the relationship between office design and office productivity? And what is all the debate about open office vs traditional office?
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Sometimes, all it takes to spice up your office space is the dullest and most minuscule of objects.
Most often, it is not in many’s priority. Office leaders and entrepreneurs chase after the big picture – profits, growth, sales, product development – and neglect their office space and environment.
For every company, there comes a time to firmly set in place some core values. When core values are created, it need not be a special symbolic day. The process of creating core values is often a process for every office environment and workplaces; there is no need to rush it for when you listen to your gut feeling, you will know when the time is right.
Today’s facilities managers are responsible for so much more than responding to maintenance issues and planning out a company’s space needs. Moving beyond their traditional bricks-and-mortar roles, facilities managers are at the forefront of designing a workplace strategy that fosters productivity and innovation for the Millennial workforce.