- 17 FebAh, good ol’ “Office Culture”. It’s that elusive thingamajig that Sandra in HR is always on about. John in accounting firmly believes it’s his fantasy football tournament. And the gossiping poison dwarf that literally huffs when colleagues collaborate in the purpose-built collaborative office space is the toxic employee that just isn’t a culture fit.
- 03 FebIts essential to cable manage an office bench desk properly from the start. This not only creates a tidy under desk set-up but makes adding additional power or data modules easy, and should your system go down it would make finding the problem easier...
- 09 Jan|No office phone booth or meeting pod is soundproof. They are acoustically rated and offer a...
- 20 Nov|The soundscape refers to the audible component of the acoustic environment that can be perceived by our hearing. With everyone being unique, sounds are experienced in different ways, and therefore we all have varied opinions on what might be considered noisy or disturbing.
- 19 Oct|When deciding to redesign your office, it’s important to take into consideration the competitive marketplace and emerging trends that support efficient working styles. A redesign is the perfect opportunity to embed a fresh culture in the workplace that invites, inspires and drives your workforce to be innovative.We all know the importance of continuous innovation in the ever-changing corporate landscape of the modern world. But let’s face it, it can be a struggle to think of ways to incorporate spaces for brainstorming and idea sharing into the office-planning phase.
- 19 Oct|Customer service specialist, customer-centric thinking and customer experience journey mapping are terms tossed around our corporate office with great gravitas. And for good reason. The business world has finally discovered that the little end-user is the person paying the bills.Well, it’s not exactly a revolutionary realisation. After all, “the client is always right” has been business mantra since long before “the client is always an asshole” was considered common knowledge. (Thanks, Kevin Smith). Neither of these two views are anywhere close to correct, and both disregard the one central understanding that drives true customer experience. Empathy.