Facilitec - Collaborative Furniture

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A successful collaborative work environment enhances individual performance and results. Collaborative tools give employees the power to share and communicate quicker and more efficiently.

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Facilitec - Collaborative Furniture

  1. 1. Collaborative Furniture Collaboration Nurtures Innovation
  2. 2. CommunityTeam Network Types of Collaboration
  3. 3. Members know each other Clear task interdependecies Expected reciprocity Explicit goals and deadlines Equal participation Team Collaboration
  4. 4. Shared domain of interest Goal is often more focused on knowledge acquisition than task completion Teams naturally form out of community collaboration to solve specific problems Community Collaboration
  5. 5. Steps beyond the relationship-centrip team and community forms of collaboration Membership and timelines are unbounded Power distributed amongst members but not always equal Driven by advent of social media Network Collaboration
  6. 6. A successful collaborative work environment enhances individual performance and results. To be Successful, a Team Must: Trust Each Other Communicate Openly Balance Team Focus Have a Common Goal Clarify Roles Appreciate Diversity Structuring a Collaborative Work Environment
  7. 7. Traditional Corporate Work Environment Modern Collaborative Work Environment The collaborative work environment is being driven by a battle between the individual and the corporation. Team Focus Issue-related Contract Individual Focus Lifelong Employment Structuring a Collaborative Work Environment
  8. 8. Collaborative tools give employees the power to share and communicate quicker and more efficiently. Video Conferencing Document Management Application Sharing Instant Messaging Email Workflow Management Elements of a Collaborative Work Environment Structuring a Collaborative Work Environment
  9. 9. Conference Room Dyadic Workspace Office Neighborhood Types of Work Environments
  10. 10. Traditional work environment expanded to accommodate two employees. The Dyadic Workspace
  11. 11. Room or area designated as a collaborative zone that can be used by anyone within the company. The Conference Room
  12. 12. ‘Neighborhood’ work zones allow employees to work close to their primary workstations. The Office Neighborhood
  13. 13. Rare but extremely efficient for some companies, the mobile workstation allows employees to pack up and move in a very short amount of time. The Mobile Workstation
  14. 14. Facilitec’s Design Resource Center contains a vast library of collaborative furniture, product samples, and materials. Collaborative Furniture
  15. 15. The Compose system is the perfect combination of aesthetic refinement and unsurpassed performance. COMPOSE COLLECTION
  16. 16. UniGroup Too’s scaleable panel and component options are sleek and rectilinear, sophisticated and classic. UniGroup Too COLLECTION
  17. 17. Premise is a unique combination of design, application freedom, and innovative technology. PREMISE COLLECTION
  18. 18. A conscious break from standard solutions, Patterns redefines the way employees experience the interior workspace. PATTERNS COLLECTION
  19. 19. Reside blends the best of European design with advanced workplace knowledge to support the most dynamic workspace. RESIDE COLLECTION
  20. 20. Visit facilitec-inc.com for more collaborative furniture options that enhance employee productivity and performance. Collaboration Nurtuers Innovation
  21. 21. Collaboration Nurtures Innovation Collaborative Furniture Sources: http://goo.gl/XRBe, http://goo.gl/lhbqc, http://goo.gl/gf4yR, http://goo.gl/4nud7

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