Today’s workplaces are a complex combination of social, digital and physical working environments. We create the conditions your staff require to produce their best work – regardless of their location.
What we do as workplace strategy consultants
We work with C-suite leaders to answer two questions:
- What is your business trying to achieve?
- What role does the workplace play?
We optimise the use of office space and workplace technology to deliver increased worker productivity and create enhanced workplace experiences for your staff, aligned to your overall future workplace strategy and vision.
Why is it important to have a workplace strategy?
The workplace strategy process plays a crucial role in determining how successful your business will be. After all, an organisation is only as effective as the people it employs. A holistic workplace strategy will build trust with employees and empowers people to be as productive as possible by enabling them to dedicate their time to achieving results, rather that overcoming inbuilt obstacles.
A workplace strategy maximises the available space to accommodate the contrasting needs of different teams and workstyles. For example, a workplace should not only include quiet focus zones for independent work, but collaborative spaces where people can come together to share ideas.
The battle to recruit and retain staff is more competitive than ever. A high-quality workplace creates excellent workplace experiences for employees. Get it right and your workplace becomes a key asset. Get it wrong and you’ll miss out on the best brains.
Our approach to workplace strategy reflects keys industry trends:
- Most workspaces were only fully utilised approximately half of the time before the pandemic.
- The number of people working remotely, flexibly or hybrid will rise further in the coming years.
of workers think their home environment enables them to work productively – compared to less than 63% for the average office