A little about what we do...
For clients looking to develop a cohesive approach to space utilization, I can develop a local or global guideline to the breakdown of space use designations, as well as guidance on appropriate architectural and furniture solutions.
Whether selecting the neighborhood, location, layout, or organizational practice, there are costs and benefits associated with each scenario. I offer a table of comparisons, valuing up-front cost, human capital cost, productivity/efficiency cost/benefits, and cultural cost/benefits on a short, medium and long term outlook.
Given the opportunity to reflect on existing practices in the market, clients engage in an active conversation to reconsider the highest priority initiatives to tackle at work. The vision session can focus on one or all of the following: cultural identity, space use, environmental sustainability, work-life compatability, or social responsibility/context.
Wellness has been a hot-button issue in the global arena, percolating into workplace environments on many levels. As the workday gets longer, employees’ health and wellbeing are impacted by their workplace to a greater degree than ever before. To maintain physical and mental wellbeing at work, employers are adding social amenities, food service, fitness facilities, […]
Work looks different today. The abundance of more affordable technology and high speed networking capabilities has allowed knowledge workers the ability to be productive on laptops, smart phones, tablets, wearables, etc. On these devices, people can research, create presentations, manage correspondence, and conduct data analysis. As Wi-Fi is developing into a standard utility, like water […]
The connectivity resulting from social media has led to more transparency than ever before. Now that workers can see the inner workings of the companies to which they belong, they are wanting to engage with the founding and innovating processes at those companies. Young people expect the same transparency they experience on social media in […]