From Smart to Responsive
To reinstate the office at the centre of working life, we need to review our understanding of the office spaces and the role that technology plays in providing an optimal-, responsive workplace. In this paper, we outline the challenges we observed in the office and illustrate how technology can bridge the gap.
In pursuit of the true responsive workplace
In recent years, the smart office and the way we use it have undergone a massive transformation. Flex-, activity-based or agile working are the keywords in this revolution, meaning that employees are given the power to choose when and where they work, either in the office or from other locations. Office spaces are designed to support this flexible work and maximise utilisation.
- The feedback loop
- Authority, autonomy, and choice
- Introducing the team component
- Workplace efficiency
- From smart to responsive
/ Mar 05, 2020 / Anne Wernand
The Mapiq pyramid of workplace well-being
Well-being has moved from an easily dismissed, faintly hippie notion to something that’s taken seriously across sectors. It was inevitable that the workplace would become a front in this revolution. Most people spend at least a third of their lives at work. In this research paper, we'll lay out t...Read more
/ Jul 02, 2018 / Anne Wernand
Smart office ecosystems
In a smart office, traditionally separated domains like parking, access management, facility management, WiFi, lighting, and audio-video should work seamlessly together. The key to success lies in exploring new ways of creating partnerships with companies willing to work together in realizing tru...Read more