Barry Moltz, host of Business Insanity Talk Radio, invited Bill Himmelstein onto the show to discuss the wildly popular open office design trend.
Beginning the search process for your next office space can be overwhelming, especially if you’re not considering all of the necessary factors. Look beyond the rental costs and explore other ways to get the most value out of your new location. Access to amenities, ease of transportation and how an office translates to company culture should all be on your list of needs.
For many Millennials, the word “office” drums up visions of 1970s wood-paneled walls, fluorescent lighting and an endless maze of cubicles. While we’re just starting to understand what lies in the future of the “office,” the truth is, it’s changing quickly. If you’re thinking about leasing a property or a new office space, you may want to pay attention to a few new office space trends:
Is your business overcompensating for the key buzzwords in company office space right now? Of course, we are talking about fun and collaborative. In order to impress clients and potential hires, creating a comfortable office space is an obvious goal for any company. However, there needs to be consideration into whether your new ping pong table actually meshes with the culture that is already ingrained in the fabric of the company.