Reports & Studies
This report, will explore how professionals are enabling new ways of working through: generating innovation through technolgy; elevating the role of change management in workplace transformation; learning from challenges along the way to prepare for future workplace trends.
The Research is clear; workplace design has a strong and definable impact on business results. For this report, the second in their Design Leveraged series, the International Interior Design Association (IIDA) and the Business + Institutional Furniture Manufacturers Association (BIFMA) commissioned a study from Brandware Research to examine the role of design in the workplace. The research found that—at statistically significant levels—employees who are more satisfied with their workplace are less likely to quit; are more engaged at work; have higher job satisfaction; make better co-workers; and show more support for corporate goals.
In this 40 page report, learn more about how to quantify the benefits of well-designed offices and read 7+ case studies from leading-edge companies such as IBM, Wistia, AMC Entertainment, Mayo Clinic and more!
Hammocks? Gaming rooms? Coffee shops? Vertical gardens? Does your office need them? In truth, probably not. In fact, leading-edge companies have begun moving away from implementing the latest design trends and are now looking to create workspaces that are truly tailored to their organization’s unique workspace needs and culture. The key to this transition? Data.
We recently asked Future Offices Advisory board members Tracy Hawkins, Global Head of Real Estate & Workplace, Twitter and Sanjiv Awasthi, VP Global Real Estate, Cigna, "how do you use data to build workspaces that reflect and reinforce your company's core values." Download to find out what we learned.