At the beginning of 2020, most organizations were not operating in a way that looked like the future of work. The disruption precipitated by COVID-19 has led to a massive shift. Preconceived notions about telework have evaporated overnight, and the need to rethink corporate real estate is increasing at an unprecedented rate. But how can companies embrace a transformation in support of wellbeing and performance amidst increased rent, facilities operations, maintenance, and management costs?
Think corporate coworking. Traditional coworking spaces are designed around employee autonomy, cross-firm collaboration, accidental interactions, and increased knowledge-sharing. By sharing resources and developing corporate-to-corporate coworking solutions, organizations can provide flexible work arrangements that improve how work is done while resulting in capital savings through strategic colocation.
In this panel session, we'll be looking at how organizations can optimize their real estate by leveraging a portfolio of space solutions ranging from owned space to flex space to coworking space. Join us as we bring together experts and thought leaders from environmental psychology, community management, real estate, and facilities management to discuss how organizations can collaboratively adopt principles of corporate coworking to minimize expenses, build flexibility, increase engagement, and enhance user experience (UX).