Jul 20, 2017
In this episode, Pilar advocates for an Office Optional
approach, where the office becomes one more place where we can work
from and how the nature of how we work in those spaces needs to
Why â€œOffice Optionalâ€ is a slightly better term than using some of the words that suggest there is a large physical distance between team members.
(There is a complementary blog post to this episode: https://www.virtualnotdistant.com/blog/office-optional )
When will sitting next to each other benefit our work?
How â€œagile workingâ€ and â€œflexible workingâ€ are being
used as terms that refer only to the physical space where we work
If we donâ€™t have an option to use an office and we are missing sharing a physical space, why? Pinpoint why and see whether there are ways of working to fulfill those needs. (eg. Push to talk, set times at the computer etc.)
How some companies use their often unused spaces to bring external ideas into the building.
Check out the article:
Smart Office Buildings: What Features do People Really Want?
Pilar mentions the Work 2.0 Conference, hereâ€™s the link to
Why companies might want to encourage people to use the
What do people look for in an office building?
As always, please send your thoughts and questions through https://www.virtualnotdistant.com/contact-us/