The most dynamic organizations are embracing new transformations that are changing the face of the traditional workspace.
Thanks to advances in technology, new workspace designs, and employee “change engagement” strategies, distributed workforce models are dramatically on the rise, and are here for the long-term.
As a result, unassigned workspaces are becoming the new norm. At the same time, many organizations are decreasing the amount of space required to support staff liberated and productive from multiple locations.
These were the key findings of International Facility Management Association’s (IFMA) annual “Distributed Work Revisited” study, which also highlighted how facility management professionals play a vital role in developing workspace strategies of the future
WorkSpace Today recently had the unique opportunity of speaking with Jed Link, Manager of Communications at IFMA and Gordon Wright, Senior Vice President and Director of Consulting at HOK, about these dramatic shifts.