- Management teams
- Leaders and managers
- Communication Understanding
More and more organizations are transforming the office environment to support new, modern ways of working. Activity-based offices can save space and increase the flexibility of staffing, while providing environments for both meetings and concentrated work. Making the office activity-based is equally about new ways of working and new culture, such as architecture and furniture. Is it suitable for all activities? Is it good for the working environment, and how to do a positive process? Is there ergonomic problem in activity-based offices? What is required for success-based change process to succeed?
What is happening to people in general in a change process? What's happening specifically when the organization switches to an Activity-Based Work Environment? What happens in relationships, in groups, in the organization? What is it that creates resistance? How can we create commitment instead of concern?
Our education takes a starting point in the psychosocial, organizational and physical work environment and not least that this is a process of change. Moving furniture and people without "moving behavior" gives a flex office, no matter what the purpose was.