We’re seeing a shift in what “the office” is. In the words of Jacob Morgan, a work futurist writing for Forbes, it’s becoming an employee experience center. The workplace is changing from one in which the employees are expected to become a uniform mass of people who adapt to the environment, to a series of spaces that reflect the workforce’s preferences and individualism.
Different people like to do things in different ways, and smart organizations are creating work environments that allow for maximum flexibility and variety. Some of this is being driven by changes in office configurations coming out of the tech industry – cafeterias with multiple meal options, spaces to relax in, huddle spaces and mini meeting rooms, modular workspaces that can be moved around at will, and so on. These new modern elements increase employee happiness, which increases their productivity, which means there are also bottom-line cost factors to consider as well.
Optimizing space management to be more flexible and adaptive is vital to any modern organization. And room signs are a key factor in creating this adaptable environment, especially when it comes to streamlining the whole process of scheduling meetings and spaces.
In our white paper, we’ll give you some impressive stats about just how much money, time and effort your space management is taking, and how you can use some simple practices and room sign technology to streamline your meetings:
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