Part 3: Shifting how we work also means shifting where we work, and what tools we use to work. Ancillary furniture, or less formal seating, has acquired some other purposes more than just lounging. Now more than ever you’ll want to ditch that uncomfortable work chair!
Part 2 of the 5-Part blog series coming at you this week! Artificial intelligence, a constant stream of instantaneous information and ever-changing roles in the workplace, can set one’s head into a tailspin. But scientists have found that a more relaxed brain is a creative brain.
One might think the selection of a shade of green would have little to no impact to the overall experience of a space, but studies have shown that our moods and behaviors can be influenced by strategically selected hues.
Is the 8 – 5 work schedule just a habit that no longer applies to all companies? Can employers offer flexible hours as the norm and better yet, can that initiative also make a big difference to help alleviate traffic in our city?
This year’s event focused on the value of an Enterprise Workplace Strategy as the framework for workplace decision making. Through 40+ years of research and working inside organizations, PDR found a pattern with leadership initiatives targeting specific challenges or imperatives. Here are the key takeaways.
Your boss tasks you with the distinct honor of finding, designing and building your company’s next office. The only problem is, you’ve never done this before, and you don’t have an internal real estate department to lean on. Consider the following an Office Project 101 course on the very basics of understanding the process of a typical project at PDR.