For many years ‘work’ has been a place you go to. You commute there in the morning and return home for the evening. Today’s ‘work’ has evolved from a place or a purpose into a diverse set of processes undertaken wherever and whenever; a change that has major implications for employers.

Research studies and new, experimental workplaces are all pointing towards a world of fewer personal workstations and the need for more variety – with a choice of flexible, functional and inspiring work settings.

Change is the catalyst for all business development. Knowledge is the helmsman to guide that change. The more knowledge and experience we seek, the more successful change will be. So we have developed our ideas, founded on recognised expert research, in order to support our customers in the journey to a more agile workspace.

As part of Next Office, we have developed a process that utilises unique analysis tools and can include the use of phone apps, to examine how an organisation can restructure to a more agile way of working and the balance of work settings required to facilitate this dynamic change.

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In London, we have developed the research of Prof Jeremy Myerson (RCA) and created a space divided into settings for Collaboration, Concentration and Contemplation - The 3Cs.

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Agile Working relies on three factors working in harmony... physical environment, the technology and the management.

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Our Next Office analysis tool helps you determine how your office might function.