New York City is the most populated city in the United States of America. Moving towards a more agile economy, it is recognized for its infamous investment, financial and economic sectors.
Manhattan business centers and their advanced workplaces are unique and some of their agile organizations are world-class. For example, offices located on Wall Street are globally renowned for their stature and smart working success. In the center of New York City is also Silicon Alley, a thriving street filled with technology enterprises who have adopted new ways of working, like agile working and activity based working. New York is also home to the headquarters of many multinational organizations, for example some of our clients such as Willis Towers Watson, BDO and Invesco. Advanced Workplace Associates, otherwise known as AWA – have workplace management consultants configure workspace and workplace culture to enhance performance all over the US, more specifically in organization in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington, Miami, Chicago and San Francisco. As an organization, we have set the standard for what is agile working.
Agile Workplace Success
Agile workplace success requires workplace change consultants with a deep experience of implementing strategic agile working programs and vast experience and expertise of agile working technologies, agile workplace design, behavioral change techniques, policy legislation and knowledge worker research.
Along with an understanding of agile principles, the new workplace will need new processes, protocols and etiquette in order to work harmoniously with the employee communities. This will enable solid agile working and the agile workplace work.
New ways of working derived from the workplace strategy will create more sociable and smart working behaviors. These behaviors are because of the efforts that get people comfortable with consuming space as they need it. In conjunction with this will be people giving the space back when they are finished with it. It is up to the workplace management leaders to encourage and facilitate them to use the new-found adaptability and flexibility within the office workspace.