One of the reasons why flexible workspaces have grown in popularity is due to the fact that they allow professionals to be more productive than they would otherwise be at a coffeeshop or working from home.
The whole point of going to a workspace is, well, to get work done. Think about it, if members can’t be productive in your flexible workspace…why would they keep on coming back? Though community and networking also play a part in the overall satisfaction of a member, productivity and the ability to get work done is a major driver behind a flexible workspace’s success.
Over the course of the last 6 months, we’ve covered extensively different ways in which operators can make their workspace more productive; from tips to help lower noise, to the importance of color and lighting, all the way to the need to declutter, to have plants, and to include different environments in the workspace. As you can see, there’s no shortage of information, and the list can go on and on.
Today, we bring you a sort of ‘condensed’ version on how to make your flexible workspace more productive and what your members can do to be more productive themselves.
The infographic below was created by Davitt Corporate Psychology.