Download our latest whitepaper to explore the insights that support the creation of a destination workspace, the science behind it and a case study where this has been put into practice.
Globally we have had to adopt new ways of working during this extraordinary pandemic. Whilst we’re all looking forward to lockdown being lifted, we believe that most organisations will embrace a more flexible approach to work post-pandemic. Now is the time to review how best to optimise your workspace to ensure it will support and encourage future ways of working.
Future workspaces will need to be a place that employees love to go to. A space where they can collaborate, socialise, that stimulates creativity and interaction, where technology is an enabler, that supports a new flexible way of working, and where the experience enhances the brand…a destination.
Destination offices can facilitate hybrid working environments and embrace the future of workspaces.
As we look to plan a careful return to the office we are seeing many organisations thinking about reimagining their workspace to incorporate future ways of working. If this is a route you’re considering we suggest you take a look at our latest case study where we partnered with Groupe Renault to deliver a destination office that supports a more flexible and collaborative way of working.
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