Workplace Strategy requires the expertise to untangle complex systems of business processes, operations, human capital, construction, real estate, budgets and schedules; synthesize them into sustainable visions and strategies, and collaborate to systematically implement change.Too many businesses view their work spaces as “overhead,” a necessary evil. Now, smart companies are shifting their thinking on design. Smart design reflects your organization’s culture and provides an environment that allows employees to do their best work.
Design: The Most Underleveraged Tool in the Business World
“Only one in four U.S. workers say that they have optimal workplace environments,” according to a 2013 survey by San Francisco-based Gensler.