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120403 Workplace Trends Kimball Office

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  1. 1. Workplace Trends
  2. 2. “Conventional” More Open Emerging Workplace Trends
  3. 3. Current Workplace Trends Economic Trends Generational Trends Technology Trends Hierarchical Trends Sustainability Trends Workplace Trends
  4. 4. Economic Trends • Square Footage/Employee is decreasing. • Mobile work force and shared space. Pitfalls could be loss of tribal knowledge. • Technology has decreased in size and uses less space. • Smaller space is accepted through Effective Planning of Non-Territorial space. Workplace Trends
  5. 5. Workplace Trends
  6. 6. Collaboration Space Principle : As mobility increases, the need for SHARED space increases. Offers large mobile tables to spread out and gather. Minimal footprint. Location: Perimeter Collaborative Workplace Trends Meeting Areas.
  7. 7. Internally Mobile: Principle : Workstations can be shared since less individual workspaces are occupied intermittently due to the significant amount of time spent away from desk. Offers a highly collaborative work area to exchange information back and forth and offer visual sightlines just above worksurface. Limited individual storage space Location: Open Plan Collaboration Areas.
  8. 8. Cross Generational Convergence Trends • Boomers want to continue to work, but on their own terms. • Millennials prefer open space, social areas, a think tank style environment. Less need for hierarchal divisions. • Reverse mentoring . • Provide choices to groups to obtain user buy-in Workplace Trends
  9. 9. Hierarchal Trends • Number of private offices decreasing. • Size of private offices decreasing. • For change to take place, Management must Lead • Managers must be first to move, put files in central storage, retain immediate need files, un-tether from technology. Workplace Trends
  10. 10. 6 7 8 9 10 4 3 5 1 2 1. Open benching & storage 6. Height adjustable shared office 2. Enhanced benching & storage 7. Progressive private interaction office 3. Storage based benching 8. Classic private interaction office 4. Benching with 120 privacy 9. Team or meeting collaboration room 5. Hybrid approach with panels 10. Progressive shared interaction office
  11. 11. Technology Trends • Telecommuting. • Web-Conferencing. • Web-based software. • Office is not just the office anymore. • Coffee Shop • Home • Client’s space Workplace Trends
  12. 12. Is this my office? Workplace Trends
  13. 13. Working beyond walls Crown Copyright 2008 Photo source: Phil Barton Workplace Trends
  14. 14. Sustainable Trends • Eco-friendly build out. (LEED or as-LEED) • Sense of community, giving back. • Time off for community service project. • Build brand into space. Create buy-in from top to bottom of organization. • Planned inconvenience to drive organizational interaction. Workplace Trends
  15. 15. Financial Services Trends • Focused Collaboration for business purpose. • Knowledge and idea sharing critical. • Design space for innovation and creativity. • 120 degree planning to utilize space efficiently. • Locate senior staff in CBD and support staff to less expensive real estate. Workplace Trends
  16. 16. Interactive Principle : Workstations can be shared since less individual workspaces are occupied intermittently due to the significant amount of time spent away from desk. Offers a collaborative and concentrative work area. Visual sightlines are open amongst team members but 54” to aisle ways. Shared storage terrace above stations for reference materials. Limited individual storage space Location: Open Plan Collaboration Areas. Workplace Trends
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  19. 19. Workplace Trend Sources Deloitte…Workplace Flexibility Minds At Work LA Times Journal of Property Management PR Newswire, United Business Media, Richard Cadiz of CoreNet Global Talent Management Magazine, Deb Busser Entrepreneur.com, Michelle Rafter CCIM Institute Contract Magazine…Ruth Jansson Benching…An Important Piece of Today’s Workplace, Terry Carroll Workplace Trends

Notas del editor

  • There’s a fundamental shift in the way the economy is organized. Innovation is now more than ever the key to survival.The world of business is changing the way we work…so what’s different?The nature of work is changing, from knowledge work, to the rise of the ideas economy.
  • Priority can fulfill the needs of a totally integrated office environment addressing multiple workplace strategies and environment solutions. Open plan and private Supports classic (conventional) and dynamic work modes for both groups and individuals Offers a full range and broad selection of non-regimented modular workstations Rails allow long spans between legs & ganging of adjacent tables Height adjustable tables with multiple options to adjust including sit to stand
  • Ask the group this question. “Why does and office exist?”Answer: To bring people together for interaction …yet we know that the majority of the time that people spend in an office is actually on their own heads down work.Note: In the past offices existed also for the physical support of workers (paper handling, computer networks, etc.). Today, that is no longer the case. We are in a virtual world and people can work from anywhere. However, people are people and prefer to have face-to-face contact and interaction with each other. This will always be the best interaction situation.

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