Super creative workspaces always seem to garner column inches and provoke debate – particularly those that have been inspired by element of infantilism.
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.
Every people-centric business should have a basecamp. For decades we thought of the ‘office’ as our only place of work, the place where you had to go in order for work to be done.
The Daily Telegraph recently published an article that named the ‘15 coolest offices in the world’.
The best workplaces embody the culture of the organisation that calls it home, support how work is done and provide the right blend of creative, collaborative, private and group settings.
For decades HR professionals and business leaders have spoken about talent management and the need to find and keep the right staff and develop skills and resource internally.