A wide variety of market-leading enterprises are racing to develop balanced and flexible work settings that can meet the needs of the rising hybrid workplace.
Businesses of all types are embracing this new trend, in a bid not only to get people safely back to the office, but also to help spur innovation and increased productivity. Highly enclosed office spaces are now being replaced by open office areas with a strong emphasis on collaboration. The new layout breaks down silos, allowing for better visual connections and more collaboration among departments. It creates a working environment that’s more open, more equal, and more flexible.
In addition to accommodating new ways of working, offices are morphing to adapt to new styles of leadership. This directly impacts the type of workplace required to support flatter structures and the management of people through culture and community.