Gamification has made its way into the workplace lexicon and it is changing how business leaders approach organisational change and deliver more favourable business outcomes.
Bad habits in the workplace are costly – they waste time, cause annoyance, impede productivity and can have a detrimental effect on employee wellbeing.
The exponential growth of We Work and other co-working operators over the last 12 months has thrown the idea of co-working firmly into the world’s gaze, and as media and business leaders discuss this phenomenon, it presents a new set of questions for traditional office occupiers.
To help you decide if open plan is right for your business, interior design experts at Claremont have put together a list of benefits and drawbacks.
Ann Clarke of Claremont looks at the commercial importance of an agile workplace, the influential technologies that are presenting new opportunities and why the time to embrace them is now.
Workplaces are rich habitats, full of diverse job roles, different talents, wide-ranging skillsets, far-reaching experience and different age groups. In a talent-poor economy where finding, not to mention keeping, the most skilled employees is one of a business’s biggest challenges.
The shift towards agile and flexible working in many organisations is driven by the need to increase business productivity while reducing costs, and the need to be more responsive and adaptable in a constantly changing business landscape.