The Evolution of Flexible Office Space

Written by Susie Guthro

17th Dec 2020

Flexibility can be a physical attribute, evidenced by a yogi or rhythmic gymnast, or it can be your outlook and demeanor. For many businesses and professionals, having the latter type of flexibility can enable quick adaptability and productivity through a pandemic. Not only does a flexible approach to how you work help, but also a flexible space to do your work in can make a big difference. As companies determine their needs and some form of return to the office, it will need to be more than just the flexible space they look for.

COVID has accelerated the emphasis away from the traditional office space and also the work-life balance that comes from being a remote worker. What was a nice way to work in 2019 is now necessary. Employee experience will be paramount as companies bring back workers and the flexible office levels up to become a more versatile, dynamic environment. Within a dynamic office, there is the ability to change the footprint, allowing businesses to satisfy their immediate needs. Recently, a Forbes article focused on the future of workspaces stating, “The workplace of the future should now become a fluid dynamic environment that emphasizes the employee experience while promoting organizational objectives. Expanding the work environment to include physical, technological, and cultural elements is the first step to redefining the future”.

The need for a flexible workspace is not going anywhere, it is just advancing. Creating a symbiotic relationship of sorts, flexible office space, and dynamic workspace are poised to strengthen each other and keep your business at the edge of adaptability in these ever-changing times. 

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