Business today is global, interconnected, and highly complex. Here’s how space can help manage – even leverage – the way work gets done, and make life a bit more sane.
Is it possible to compress real estate and shrink individual footprints while at the same time helping people to collaborate and create more effectively? Yes.
Consulting giant Accenture has developed a workplace strategy called “Workplace 2.0,” which they piloted in their newly relocated Houston office. The results are impressive in terms of real estate compression alone: their office went from three floors and 66,000 square feet down to one floor of 25,000 square feet, and it still supports over 800 people.
Allison & Partners, one of the fastest growing public relations firms in North America, was bursting at the seams of its New York offices. It needed a new workplace that would further the agency’s workstyle of open communication and collaboration and accommodate future growth. Read how c:scape furniture was used to connect people at Allison & Partners and create an environment that supports the company’s cultural values and delivers high quality client service.
Healthcare can be a stressful business. The new facility of the New Jersey Organ and Tissue Sharing Network, an organ procurement organization, exemplifies a successful approach to addressing this and other workplace issues. After thoroughly evaluating their existing space, NJSN set ambitious goals for their new quarters, and created a high performance, nurturing, and inspiring work environment.