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5 Reasons why people work better in teams

Posted by Miranda Proferes on 30 August 2017 | 0 Comments

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Subject: What a well-structured team can do for your business

Organisations today are being built and re-shaped around highly organized teams.  A team of people can accomplish more together than they can individually. This is because a diverse range of skills are utilised to achieve a singular goal.  Managing employees in teams is a powerful strategy that is used to handle today’s exponential rate of change.

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Hot Desking vs Team Based Working

Posted by Graham Kirkwood on 30 August 2017 | 0 Comments

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Workplace Strategies such as hot desking and Activity Based Working have been successful in increasing efficiency and collaboration, but at the same time they have introduced problems that limit the organisation’s ability to grow and the employee’s ability to flourish.    The solution lies in creating a team based workplace that shifts the focus towards team empowerment, connection and agility.  By supporting the team, it in turn supports and enables individual team members to flourish and innovate.

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How to use space to increase informal collaboration in the workplace

Posted by Miranda Proferes on 30 August 2017 | 0 Comments

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Subject: Tactics to adopt in your workspace today

It’s a fact that employees yearn for social connection in the workplace – something that has a large effect on the level of job satisfaction. Moreover, social interaction goes hand-in-hand with employee collaboration.  Achieving collaboration amongst teams is not an easy task. Managing a team can be an art form however the design of the physical environment is the only variable you have complete control over.

(Read more to identify how you can use spatial design to achieve informal collaboration in the workplace.)

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