As the world moves to an access economy the office of the future looks similar to a successful hotel brand: Customer service driven Consistent brand standards Available 24/7 Multi-market Transient use Valuation models must change Asset values for the office of the future will be unlike they are today. Valuation models must change. No more forward[…]
A new type of global office, available to hire for an hour or a day at a time and fully connected, instantly creates ‘somewhere’ for employees to hold meetings as and when needed.
The new business model goes hand in hand with a new working structure built primarily on flexibility and mobility.
Offering an agile working space might be the solution for bridging the gap between Millenials and Generation X workers by providing them with what’s missing from their virtual environment – a physical place in which to enjoy the traditional benefits of social interaction.
As part of a campaign looking at the workplace of the future, CEO of meetingrooms.com, Caleb Parker, explains why mobile technologies are going to continue to change the way we work.
Mobile technology’s role in reshaping the workplace has become an accepted business truth, but it ignores the fundamental importance of the environment.
Become a modern-day Ninja in the brave new world of the agile workforce…
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I am a millennial, there I said it. Yep, Mr. Generation Y – or maybe I missed the cutoff? According to Wikipedia, no one can agree on the exact dates which encompass the millennial generation. But I am certain that I am a millennial. At least that’s how I self-identify. One thing I am certain[…]
1.3 Billion Mobile Workers I’m sure you’ve seen that statistic before. According to the International Data Corporation (IDC) , by 2015, the world’s mobile worker population will reach 1.3 billion, representing 37.2% of the total workforce. I believe that’s a conservative number. I could go on and list a ton of statistics from various research entities,[…]