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Space Utilisation: The Next Frontier

Organisations are under enormous pressure to drive down costs by increasing their “static density”, or the space per sq. ft. dedicated for each workstation. However, there is a real risk of driving this too hard and damaging corporate performance and productivity. In many organisations, this has now reached a point where further reductions would put staff productivity, performance and retention at risk. Arguably, it has already begun to have that impact within a number of organisations.‚Äč

It is a difficult, if not impossible, task to balance both. However, there is a third option. New and dynamic ways of working can simultaneously achieve both through enabling employee mobility.

This special report aims to put some science behind this discussion and will explain how to use density and utilisation data to drive efficiency and performance within your organisation.


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Henry Chin, Ph. D.
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  Jonathan Hills
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  Phil Rowland
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Global Workplace Solutions,
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Space Utilisation: The Next Frontier