The New Workplace and Its Ecosystems

How organizations respond to a post-COVID-19 world will have enormous ripples in our office spaces, organizational cultures, office buildings, cities, and homes

Over the last 20 years the corporate office workplace has been steadily reducing its footprint by eliminating private offices and reducing personal space while increasing social and interactive spaces. The net impact has been a steady densification of the workplace. Concurrent with this trend has been increasing support for remote work and a growing use of collaboration tools.

COVID-19 has completely changed the office, and, as after all major disruptors, we will not return to business as usual.  

Get your FREE trial now!

Start your free 14-day trial now to read this story and

Make. Work. Better.

Already a subscriber?

Reuse and Permissions: While social sharing is permitted, unauthorized reuse or republication of any and all content is strictly prohibited. To discuss re-use of this material, please contact: copyright@yourworkplace.ca ; 877-668-1945.

Paul Whelan

Written By

Paul Whelan is an architect and a client director of project delivery with over 20 years of experience in designing workplaces. Paul is also a speaker on contemporary work space design at colleges, universities and conferences including Imagine Your Workplace.

Share

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin

Related Posts

Your Workplace is a premium source of leading-edge content to help you create a thriving workplace where everyone wants to work.

Contact Your Workplace

Tel: 613-549-1222
Toll Free: 1-877-668-1945
Contact Us

Whoa! Don't Go Yet

Sign up to receive free leading-edge content about people at work.