Capturing in a single document the agreed plan for achieving an optimised workplace is an invaluable tool for any organisation.
Obtaining early approval from staff and the organisation as a whole to new methods of working, new IT strategies and work initiatives will allow the design process to progress efficiently.
Capturing an audit trail for the progression of a project from inception through to completion can be invaluable. The Workplace Strategy is at the heart of such an audit trail as it captures in a single document the space standards, methods of working, IT initiatives and growth projections that will allow an organisation to realise significant improvements in the performance of staff.
Identifying the leanest, optimum net useable space requirement also provides clear guidance to property agents in narrowing their search for appropriate properties to suit the strategic brief.
Identification of the optimum net useable space requirement will also allow an organisation to instantly benchmark the potential real estate savings that can be achieved.
The ultimate benefit in a Workplace Strategy is that it provides a road map for the success of the project and through the future workplace optimisation steps, ensures that there is little or no deviation from the standards, processes and net useable space recommendations that will allow an organisation to achieve improvements in performance and reductions in real estate.
Maris Interiors LLP is the UK’s leading specialist in workplace consultancy, workplace optimisation, office design, office refurbishment, office fit-out and office relocation. Maris design and create world class working environments for occupiers throughout the UK and continental Europe. The Maris team of experts has extensive and in-depth knowledge of how good office design and fit-out can substantially improve business performance, save vast amounts of money and help retain and attract key people.
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