Shifting to a mobile work strategy? Consider these suggestions to increase acceptance.
Making the shift to open plan? Quell concerns with these suggestions.
No matter how effectively you’re managing your workplace change, if you’re making changes in your approach to private offices—and potentially
When global telecommunications company Vodafone merged its Dutch business with Ziggo, the country’s largest cable provider, one of the biggest challenges company leaders faced was internal: joining two very different workplace cultures. While all Vodafone employees, including its leaders, had become highly mobile with all-unassigned workspaces and the ability to work wherever they wanted, Ziggo relied on assigned workstations in the open plan and private offices for its executives.
Planning changes to your work experience? Follow best practices instead of leaving change to chance.
When you’re almost a hundred years old, being a little dated is to be expected. The 1920’s vintage headquarters of La-Z-Boy, however, didn’t just look out of date, it was holding the company back.
If one word can sum up the strategic intent behind the creation of flagship headquarters for TAQA, the global energy company, it is Majlis—which in Arabic signifies a place where people gather and are welcomed by their hosts.