Consider the workplace as another tool to help workers do their job.
Think about it: place impacts mood.
An inspiring workplace designed to meet functional tasks of workers will improve creativity.
Telenor’s CEO thinks of its headquarters not as real estate but as a communication tool. When a salesperson increased interactions with coworkers on other teams by 10%, his or her sales also grew by 10%. (Harvard Business Review)
The solution lies in the culture of your business. Knowing how work is accomplished helps everyone better understand what works and what needs improvement. For a design to work in any business, it must respond to the essential, core ingredients of what makes that specific firm successful.
The three main ways to inspire creativity are to foster collaboration, support mobile work, and provide quiet space. (To read more, CLICK HERE to download the report as a PDF.)