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The modern workplace of today bears little resemblance to the modern workplace of 50 years ago. Just think about the mid-day booze-swilling, male-dominated, Mad Man-era office setting compared to today’s increasingly diverse, kombucha-sipping, dog-friendly open spaces. Some changes have evolved slowly like workplace diversity and others have cropped up seemingly overnight like gourmet coffee bars and company kick ball leagues. 

We’ve written a lot about the environment of today’s modern workplace, but as you strive to keep your company attractive and competitive today, it’s critical to plan for what’s going to make it shine in the future. The last thing you want to do is invest in a full-scale office remodel, only to find what you consider modern today is outdated thinking five years from now. Making those predictions may seem like an exercise in futility which office worker in the 1970s would dream that ping-pong tables would replace conference room tables and cubicles would relegated to the depths of office hell? That’s why we’ve put together a guide for planning for the office of the future. 

Looking for an Office Makeover? Why go for Activity Based Working

An Activity-based workplace is an ever-changing environment. New and alternate approaches to workplaces are continually emerging. The latest growing trend is called Activity Based Working (ABW).   

Activity Based Working aims to boost collaboration, productivity, and flexibility while reducing costs.  It's a workplace strategy that provides people with a choice of settings for a variety of workplace activities. Rather than forcing individuals to undertake all their work at one setting, ABW allows people to physically locate themselves where it is most suitable for them to complete their job.  

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In a Modern Workplace the only constant is change. So, how do you keep ahead of today’s activities, find your way to available meeting rooms, know if a huddle room is free or occupied, and make sure that guests and visitors can find their way to where you and your staff members are located for the day?

 New and alternate approaches to workplaces are continually emerging. The latest growing trend is called “Activity-based Working” or “Modern Workplace”. Activity-based Working aim to boost collaboration, productivity and flexibility while reducing costs.

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