3 Ways to Design an Open Office That Employees Love
Too much transparency. Disruption. Lack of engagement. These are a few of the words executives have tossed around in their discussions about the once-cool open office work environment. But before you jump on the anti-open office bandwagon, learn why these types of workspaces often fail.
With the right strategy for success, companies can reap the positive benefits of an open office environment. From enhanced knowledge sharing between employees to improved productivity and job satisfaction, it all starts with three key components: evidence-based design, technology, and training.