The workplace has gone through a lot of change in recent decades. From the introduction of serviced offices, to business centres, co-working spaces and now “space-as-a-service”.
The range of options facing organizations when choosing locations and designing facilities are greater than ever, as are the choices now offered to individual employees and contingent workers.
Developing a real estate portfolio strategy that is aligned with and supports the workplace strategy is more complex than ever. People are more mobile, supported by technology that allows them to work from anywhere – in the office, at home, while traveling, and in other third-party spaces like coworking facilities and coffee shops.
Establishing what space these people need is hard enough, but the portfolio strategy team must now also understand how much of this need should be provided internally, and how much sourced through third party partners.
Understand the underlying demand for the variety of space you offer within your offices, and ensure that you only pay for the space your business really needs
Whether it is unassigned workstations or activity-based work settings, supporting your people through workplace change can be tough – we can help
Decision support through robust, automated measurement and proven analysis that goes beyond simple utilization and considers demand, behaviour, constraints and availability
Achieve high-quality, continuous occupancy decision support information by focusing on data sources that create a virtuous circle for the users
Maximize the impact of your workplace on the productivity of your people by understanding how to choose space types that encourage collaboration, innovation and your culture
We can help you bring together people and place through technology, working across your internal HR, IT and CRE functions to provide the most effective workplace technology
Measure what is important, don’t make important what you can measureRobert McNamara, U.S. Secretary of Defense, 1961-68
If I asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horsesHenry Ford (well, almost)