Workplace Metrics and Data as We Return to Work

Workplace Metrics and Data as We Return to Work

PDR Architecture and Design Principal, Larry Lander, explores why old metrics may no longer serve as useful benchmarks as we return to work in Work Design Magazine!

Data is essential – or so we’ve been told! There are a host of voices promoting the value of Big Data, and, indeed, we have increasingly sophisticated ways to gather it and harness the increasing volume, velocity, and variability of such inputs. In our business, it’s about how many, how few; how much, how little; how big, how small. But a successful project—one that truly meets the client’s objectives—is so much more than a math problem. Let’s agree: The interpretation of the data is always more important than the numbers themselves.

Larry discusses

  1. A Program Not a Space List
  2. Qualitative and Quantitative.
  3. The Importance of Perspective.
  4. Area per Seat.
  5. The Dynamic Program
  6. The Impact of Hybrid Work
  7. The Impact of Activity-based Working
  8. Flexibility

Read the full story in the Work Design Magazine article Workplace Metrics and Data as We Return to Work”.

04 12 2022