Agile workspaces, like our project with the Photobox Group, often include easily customisable features in order to ensure a fully futureproofed office space. Agile offices also tend to include a wide variety of workspaces, especially breakout areas, amenity spaces, collaboration space and domestically-influenced environments. These types of spaces are designed to support multiple working styles and optimise employee wellbeing and productivity. Behavioural design features such as hot-desking also contribute to a healthy agile working environment.
Agile working solutions aim to create a dynamic work environment where your employees stay alert, engaged and are less likely to sink into entrenched patterns of inefficiency.
Dominic Dugan, Creative Director at Oktra, explains that it’s “virtually essential for businesses to be flexible in today’s market. As for agility, an agile workplace is a healthy workplace: by creating the right balance in choice to support various work activities, you are offering your employees the opportunity to work at their best.”
While flexible working refers primarily to flexibility around working hours, agile working goes beyond that and focuses on removing boundaries traditionally placed between staff and their goals, in order to make your business as adaptable and efficient as it can be.