Collaborative Efforts Need Space

Why do people gather at work? To connect socially, generate ideas, perform on projects, and share information. Leveraging the Competing Values Framework™ and Collaboration Modes, we partner with organizations of every type to create a collaborative workspace where employees can connect, think, do, and inform.


4 Reasons Companies Should Incorporate Social Spaces

Whether you know it or not, you have already worked in a social space. The ratio of gathering spaces to private spaces has dramatically flipped to at least 50/50 and often 70/30 in highly collaborative environments. See 4 reasons why this type of space is growing in importance.


The Future of Collaboration

Technology has enabled personal desks to disappear and offices to shrink, but it also made working together in the same space more rewarding. Explore the blend of past and present collaborative tools which allows employees to work together even when they’re geographically apart.


Providing Equitable Collaborative Team Experiences

Paradigm shifts around collaboration and teaming during the pandemic have had a major impact, particularly on high-performing teams. See why keeping all team members engaged, productive, and enabled to actively participate in collaborative efforts—even from a distance—is key.


Work Socially or Socially Working?

Collaborative work accounts for the same proportion of time as individual computer work—and you need space to do both. Social spaces exist so people can be free to do what they need to best to create and innovate. Learn more about the importance of Social Spaces and collaboration at work.

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Building High-Performing Teams

Effective teams are an essential part of any organization. Getting the right people with the right skills together and equipping them with the tools they need are prerequisites for building high-performing teams. Organizations need to create suitable physical office and virtual meeting environments to help people do their best work.

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Support All Methods of Collaboration

Cultures that thrive on change need collaborative employees. Designing spaces for groups that gather supports collaboration at work. The first step: Identify your organization’s culture type to understand your primary collaborative default mode. Learn more about the foundation of culture when creating spaces to improve collaboration.

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Collaboration Flows Freely

A water utility company created a new riverfront headquarters with open, collaborative, and non-traditional workspaces.

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Nurturing Connection

A construction materials supplier built a new headquarters that leverages powerful and beautiful geological references.

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Interacting Inside and Out

A law firm created a dynamic work environment with a new, more open approach to attorneys' offices

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