CTSI was ahead of the curve, and we’ve developed four keys to ensuring you’re offering that agile and dynamic environment.
- Work toward a space able to adapt to and from a hybrid setup and accommodate various internal configurations.
- Ratios of in-office to remote workers can change rapidly. A hybrid workplace caters to remote, in-office and mobile workers and shifts to those groups that can be driven by various unforeseen events.
- Dynamic workplaces can easily transform to accommodate various internal configurations, such as large events communicating across multiple rooms, collaboration across business units, organizations, and distributed buildings and locations.
- Through all of that flexibility, dynamic workplaces also remain safe, secure, functional and available across the enterprise, regardless of the hybrid status.
- Agile environments require multiple technology solutions to facilitate adaption
- You’ll need to assess your objectives, systems, policy and workflow, where your space is lacking – and what solutions might be the best fit for transformation.
- Audiovisual solutions can leverage digital signage for wayfinding, power impactful hybrid collaboration with simple videoconferencing, and enhance your brand and atmosphere.
- Hands-free solutions can integrate systems to condense points of control, give your team bring-your-own-device functionality, and craft a heightened sense of safety in terms of in-person collaboration as reopening continues.
- Finally, security and access control advancements have made it possible to manage access with minimal intervention, while maintaining social distancing and capacity management standards.. These insights can integrate with other aspects of your operation, such as cleaning schedules, to ensure you’re making the most out of the data you’re unlocking.
- That’s just the tip of the iceberg – and that makes the next tip critical
- Work with a trusted integrator as early in the process as possible.
- Technology integrators and systems providers know how to make technology work for you, but you only unlock the true benefits of such a partnership if you engage with these professionals early on in your redesign or new construction process.
- Intent informs design, making the end-to-end process smoother, and good integrators come with the added benefits of robust service and support capabilities that help you get the most out of your investment.
- An integrator can help assess your requirements and build a repeatable standard reference architecture for your organization to ensure a consistent user experience across the enterprise and a standard infrastructure that is easily managed and maintained.
- Define your vision and metrics for success before you begin implementation.
- To be productive, you need to have a good idea of where you’d like your space to end up, and the business outcomes your solution will deliver.
- Using standard assessment methodologies, conduct internal surveys and discuss what user experience requirements will be critical in your space. Think about your team’s workflows and how they can be optimized, even if individual roles vary. Consider what you’d like your visitor experience to be like and how you can elevate your atmosphere to match your brand.
- A trusted integrator like CTSI can help with this process, as well, using our expert User Experience and Engineering teams to help you conduct surveys, understand workflows, and more.
If you keep those four tenets in mind, you can work alongside a true partner in developing your own unique workplace of the future..
The world is changing, but, with CTSI on your side, you’ll be ready to keep up.
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