Designing and building agile workplaces for maximum flexibility and productivity
Over the past 60 years, we’ve been designing and creating agile working environments around the country. More and more businesses are opting for flexible, more productive spaces for their teams, allowing workers to move around the office to work in a variety of setups designed to their creative and professional requirements whilst maximising their available space. Throughout these projects, we’ve worked as design consultants as well as fitting the workplace out, helping advise companies on agile working best practices and how they can maximise their budget whilst gaining the highest return on investment.
Where the traditional office sees colleagues sat at desks with limited movement, agile working essentially provides ‘zones’ throughout an office – allowing employees to work in the best environment for their task, whether it be checking emails/working on a big task or concentrating alone/collaborating on a group project. Agile environments are all about providing a space for each of these tasks in the workplace, helping maximise productivity and space utilisation.
One of the most essential elements of agile working environments is great collaboration zones – Whether working one-to-one or in a group, zones that provide a space to be collaboratively creative have been shown to yield impressive results time and time again. These could be in the form of railway carriages, media touchdown points or stand-up meeting tables.
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While these are generally the core elements to any agile workplace, different companies have different needs – where design agencies may need inspirational spaces to spark their creative spirit, professional services may require more telephone booths where they can comfortably spend long periods of time in a quiet area with their client
Agile working essentially comes down to building your workplace around what employees actually do in their jobs as opposed to designing and building a standard ‘one size fits all’ office. This helps save money and unnecessary clutter in your workplace whilst increasing employee output.
Many businesses are missing out on the benefits of agile working. To find out how you can improve your workplace’s efficiency and creativity, get in touch with us today and ask about our agile working design services.
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