Five ways workplace strategy influences productivity
Workplace
productivity
“The right workplace can
shape culture, promote
collaboration, inspire
ideas, respond to trends,
improve performance,
buil...
Work is what you do, not where you are.
1
Shift from ownership to membership.
2
Do more with less.
3
Provide choices to enhance productivity.
4
Flexible workspaces translate into agility.
5
 Smarter and more cost-
effective utilization of space
 Increased engagement of
workforce
 A shift from “me” to “we”
 ...
 Increased loyalty, which translates
into higher retention rates
 Lower per person costs
 An active environment for
ide...
Thank you!
Bernice Boucher
Head Workplace Strategy, Americas
Bernice.Boucher@am.jll.com
Claudia Hamm
Head of Workplace Str...
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Workplace productivity: five ways workplace strategy influences productivity

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Every workplace wants to promote collaboration, improve performance and build retention – and the right workplace strategy can help achieve those goals. Workplace strategy is a tool companies can use to improve business productivity. Learn 5 ways workplace strategy influences productivity.

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Workplace productivity: five ways workplace strategy influences productivity

  1. 1. Five ways workplace strategy influences productivity Workplace productivity
  2. 2. “The right workplace can shape culture, promote collaboration, inspire ideas, respond to trends, improve performance, build retention and grow the bottom line.”
  3. 3. Work is what you do, not where you are. 1
  4. 4. Shift from ownership to membership. 2
  5. 5. Do more with less. 3
  6. 6. Provide choices to enhance productivity. 4
  7. 7. Flexible workspaces translate into agility. 5
  8. 8.  Smarter and more cost- effective utilization of space  Increased engagement of workforce  A shift from “me” to “we”  Increased focus on teamwork and collaboration  Better access to information and technology when and where it is needed Reimagined and reinvigorated: the productive workplace
  9. 9.  Increased loyalty, which translates into higher retention rates  Lower per person costs  An active environment for ideas and innovation  Greater efficiencies and less unproductive repetition of the same activities—tasks become space-specific rather than job/title-specific  An ability to grow in place without increased expenditure
  10. 10. Thank you! Bernice Boucher Head Workplace Strategy, Americas Bernice.Boucher@am.jll.com Claudia Hamm Head of Workplace Strategy, EMEA Claudia.Hamm@eu.jll.com Su Lim Head of Workplace Strategy, Asia Pacific Su.Lim@ap.jll.com >>> Click here to download the full report

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