Enterprise IT: Aiding the Radical Workplace Transformation
Jun 13, 2023
Conferencing and Collaboration Enterprise IT
This session will detail four ways to design office spaces that deliver an equitable, engaging, consistent workplace experience for on-site as well as remote workers. The ability to work from anywhere and have the same collaborative experience as teams working on site has moved from a nice-to-have to an imperative. With tenant preferences for increased flexibility, spread-out floorplans and enhanced ventilation systems evolving rapidly, companies are rethinking everything from business drivers and workplace strategy to work-from-anywhere accessibility, technology and traditional office utilization benchmarking techniques in order to deliver an equitable hybrid experience. In this environment, it has become more important than ever to lead with the user experience rather than a system-design focus. By taking a holistic approach that considers how spaces interact with each other technologically, you can ensure that everyone can participate equally in the hybrid workplace.
- Leading with the user experience, not a system design-focus; determining how AV and other technologies work together rather than designing siloed systems that may not meet rapidly changing user needs.
- How involving technology experts early in the design phase allows you to balance competing interests but also meet stakeholder expectations and find a solution that’s buildable within project/budget constraints.
- How to ensure the technology in place offers a consistent yet flexible experience, in alignment with evolved workplace norms.