Are you ready for change?

Embrace the transition!

Demands on employers and employees are constantly increasing. In response, the workplace also needs to be reinvented. Speed and transition are integral parts of the working world – more and more is expected of employees, and in turn, they expect more from their working environment. Flexibility is at the heart of it all: mental, social and physical flexibility.

Rigid office infrastructures often prevent our desire for freedom. A barrier to productivity? Definitely!
Teamwork and project work demand agile spaces. The time has come to test flexible approaches to our daily work in terms of functionality and future requirements.

Do you make the most of your resources?

Future topics

Desk sharing, teamwork and agile working regardless of when and where – and preferably in an atmosphere of well-being – are key issues for employees and employers alike. To work efficiently and productively, suitable surroundings and appropriate equipment are becoming more and more important.

Buildings and workplaces in particular need an infrastructure that is adapted to the modern workplace in order to enable new methods of working. These include, for example, flexible work and presentation tools, and new office and room concepts. A change that in the medium-term leads to greater satisfaction and an increase in the quality of work, and that saves companies infrastructural resources and costs in the long run.

Types of New Work

Workspace management
Come on in and discover the efficient method of Desk Sharing with iotspot in our desk connection panel.

Collaboration
In the meeting room – or a spontaneous gathering in the coffee lounge? Give presentations of selected content flexibly and wherever necessary with the Independent Monitor.

Flexible Work
One room, several work situations: With the Independent Workplace, office spaces can be adapted to any desired situation.

Our glossary of buzzwords on the subject of Future Office

Agile Teams:

Teamwork in which members act in processes in a forward-looking, flexible and proactive manner to introduce necessary changes quickly.

Clean Desk:

In short, a clean and tidy workplace. There is often a “Clean Desk” policy behind this, which focuses primarily on organising workplaces and data protection.

Collaboration:

A form of cooperation. The difference between this and classic teamwork: Projects are worked on together and simultaneously.

Co-Working:

A new form of work in which several freelancers, start-ups or companies share a common workplace or location.

Desk Sharing (Hot Desking):

Considered an office organisation system in which employees do not have a fixed workplace, but can use any physical workplace at different periods of time.

Flexible Work:

This represents a certain amount of freedom that employers give their employees when deciding how to carry out work and coordinating their schedules. The employer can set certain limits (core working time and working hours).

Generation Z:

The demographic group following on from the Millennials. Born between the mid 1990s and the early 2000s.

Huddle Rooms:

Small meeting and conference rooms equipped with audio and video systems.

New Work (Smart Work):

The umbrella term for a new way of working in the office of the future, which focuses on productivity as well as satisfaction, creativity and the development of one’s own personality in everyday working life.

Open Space:

Describes a space utilisation concept in which open office spaces are used rather than small, closed ones.

Scrum:

An agile method by which teams work with less bureaucracy and planning time to complete projects faster.

Workplace well-being:

Refers to all aspects of working life – from quality and safety to employees’ perceptions of their working environment, working climate and work organisation.