Written by: Rock Lee, CPM Workplace Enthusiast
A collaborative workplace has a tremendous impact on how employees work. The designed work environment has the power to encourage—or discourage—team members’ creativity, productivity, and collaboration.
A collaborative workplace is more than just a trend. It’s a proven business practice, with benefits for the company and for those who do the work.
Granted, developing a collaborative workplace environment isn’t easy—it requires well-planned communal spaces, the right furniture and tools, good organizational leadership and communication, and a shared commitment to goals.
But it’s fully worth the effort. Let’s take a look at three strategies to implement to succeed in a collaborative workplace.