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Integrating Multi-Functional Design into Your Office
Integrating multi-functional design for your company may seem like an unreachable solution to collaborative blocks, but it’s possible. You can utilize multi-functional design in both open and closed office environments. By focusing on Collaborative Ergonomics, you can create a space that supports productivity and team work without sacrificing proper ergonomics.
Your Office Has a Dual Purpose: Collaboration and Ergonomics
Focusing on multi-functional design means your office empowers your team to innovate, create, and collaborate for a better work product. This begins with Collaborative Ergonomics, our belief that it’s possible to have a functional, practical, and health-conscious office.
Collaboration is crucial to your company’s ability to innovate, and your office should reflect that. The types of desks and gathering areas in your office contribute to your team’s ability to communicate and collaborate effectively.
Ergonomics is both a science and an art. An ergonomic desk is easy to build, but one that fits your aesthetic and supports collaboration is harder to create. Collaboration is at the core of your company, and your success is determined by how well your team achieves it.
An ergonomic workstation allows the user to work with good posture, while reaching everything they need. By maximizing the usable space, the user can work efficiently.
Multi-Functional Design for Individuals
Collaborative Ergonomics focuses on a productive space that’s healthy for your entire team. No two people are exactly alike, which means your desks should accommodate this. Sit-stand desks allow users to set the right height for both standing and sitting.
Our MeDesk and WeDesk Private also focus on multi-functional design. Your work is wrapped around you as you sit in the cockpit of efficiency. Everything is a chair swivel away, helping you stay organized and focused throughout the day.
Every job description has multiple responsibilities with different needs. Certain tasks require a screen, while others may involve a large space for papers, prototypes, and meetings.
This workspace is beneficial for both sitting and standing, helping your team stay healthy while working towards your company goals. Our WeDesk Private embraces the cockpit of efficiency so your workspace is conducive to every task.
Support Collaboration by Creating a Multi-Functional Space
Innovative teams embrace collaboration, which means as their leader, you need to give them a space that allows them to innovate. This includes your open office floor plan, as well as conference rooms.
The WeDesk Open maximizes your space, while offering improved collaboration. Your employees have the same cockpit of efficiency that the WeDesk Private workstations offer, and also accommodates a guest for one-on-one meetings.
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This type of space supports unplanned social interactions as well as meetings, which is very often where ideas originate. When you provide your team with a space that supports building relationships, you’re supporting improved collaboration while focusing on ergonomics for a productive yet healthy office.
“Let’s Meet in the Conference Room”
Conference rooms are more than a table with chairs. You’ll need a space where your team can gather that offers everything they need, including power, TV connectivity, and comfortable, ergonomic chairs.
With the slight curve in this conference room table, your team naturally turns toward each other, while still viewing the screen or whiteboard easily.
Multi-functional design is, at its core, about efficiency. By using space effectively, you can turn even the tightest office into a beautiful, collaborative space your team will enjoy. Whether you want pods of WeDesk Open models or our MeDesk line, your multi-functional office is possible.
We’re supporting better collaboration with improved ergonomics for an unstoppable team. To discuss the artistic, ergonomically sound options that fit your company’s needs, call us at (800) 332-3393.
Topics: Collaborative Ergonomics, Office
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