The current circumstances have created a sort of ‘forced experiment’, and the resulting experiences of your leadership and workforce hold an opportunity: to emerge with a clarity of direction that is almost impossible to achieve during the good times.
It’s nearly impossible not to be paying more attention to our physical environment given so many of us are hunkered down. We find ourselves considering what this might mean to the workspace for a world that is ever-changing.
In the immediate term, business leaders are being confronted with some tough decisions around business continuity. Some organisations are temporarily closing their spaces – but the long-term effect this will have on working could be profound. Will this be the catalyst that redefines the workspace of the future?
Could we emerge from this a more agile organisation?
What does this tell us about our true workplace needs?
Even as we react, how can this be a learning experience?
How do we come out of this culturally stronger?
Emerge from this with a clarity of direction that is almost impossible to achieve during the good times. Our Workspace Strategy team can provide just the right level of support to ensure this opportunity is realised.