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This is a really interesting article, and the author may very well be right. I concur with his take on Office Buildings, the way we all do business in the future may very well impact the office world, the “on demand space” as he calls it is very much here to stay in the near term. We used to say that capital is king…it may very well now be that flexibility is king….enjoy.
The co-working community in San Diego continues to thrive, as there are new facilities what seems to be weekly. There are now over 50 co-work facilitates in some form across the county. Each offers something different. Many people have asked me if just a trend or if its here to stay. Its early to tell, but I think its here to stay. While on a square foot basis they are much more expensive than their traditional office counterparts, the flexibility and capital efficiency they provide the business far out weighs that added cost.
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The trend continues, but in an unusual industry. Law firm Gunderson Dettmer’s office in Silicon Valley dumps the traditional offices model for something more progressive – an open space collaborative environment.
If your organization is not paying attention to workplace strategy, its time to start understanding what your competition is doing and how you can turn your real estate into a business advantage. Ask us how.
When Experian Datalabs set out for a new office space, growth needs were certainly top of the list, but it also provided Experian with an opportunity to “…create a custom, branded work environment that reflects the Experian corporate culture.”
Putting in the time upfront, and being proactive made this possible. The new generation of office workers demand more than just office space. Make your next real estate decision a business advantage.
Maximum flexibility or cohesive office environment? Snapchat has taken it to the extreme. The question that is not asked often enough is why do people come to work (besides the paycheck of course). Many of us have that ‘flexible’ workplace option but still opt to come into the office…but why? I believe it has to do with communication and overall effectiveness. There are times when being virtual just does not cut it…you can only do some much work over phone and email. Sometimes you need that personal interaction to finish the job correctly.
The importance of a strong corporate culture is paramount to growing an organization and retaining talent.
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A very brief article, but very poignant. Office space, and its associated uses are forever in flux. It’s important for today’s Office Tenant not to get caught up in all the “hot trends” for the sake of being cutting edge. Rather take a step back and be certain that the changes being contemplated truly are the right move for the business. While changing corporate culture can be good, its important to fully understand the “why”, not all firm types will benefit from the flexible, creative workplace trend.