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2040 workplace

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Clarence Magpantay

on 17 October 2012

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The future workplace of 2040 Technological Advancements Sleek efficient Designs Comforting Work Environment Technological Designs Sleek designs making the office look up to date with the future, while giving it a comforting look Simplicity Active Work Spaces Employee Care Doctors on sight Daycare for pets! Daycare for kids! Free meals all times during the day! Latest and greatest technology provided by the company A comforting environment, so employees may be well rested to work, and encourages employees to stay with our company Our corporate buildings Conference Room Employee Work Spaces Fitness Center In certain areas of the building, furniture and noise is reduced, giving the rooms a simple feel and look for employees who have high-task jobs and need concentration The company encourages a healthy lifestyle, so these fitness areas may be used by employees free of charge Employee benefits such as Daycare for kids, daycare for pets, free meals anytime during the day, and medical attention are provided free to show we care for our employees Stationary bicycles Treadmills Change rooms Weights Lobby Recreational Rooms HR Department Managers Office Virtual Cubicles (refer slide 1) Small Break Rooms Sleep Pods Main Staircase Hover Lift Hover Lift Reception Fountain Fountain Director Managers Managers Specialists Specialists Generalists Generalists Sleep Pods Library Theater Snack Room (Free Meals) Games 9:30am-11:30am 4pm- 11:30am-1:00pm Work day itinerary 1:00pm-4pm 8am-9:30am Wake up, shower, get dressed, take escalator to 3rd floor kitchen, order breakfast via virtual tablet and breakfast is then provided by personal robot chef Take hover car to company HQ, meet with company execs from other parts of the building via hologram, greet the company employees good morning to boost morale via intercoms, attend to any issue in the company (if any), check company progress, relax until break Take company sky rail to recreational building, have lunch with company employees, take a break in a sleep pod Return to main building, have a holographic conference with company execs for an update on their divisions progress, review today's expenses and earnings, address to employees who are about to go home that they did a great job, and wish employees who are about to begin their shift a nice evening via hologram that will appear in the main lobby for everyone to see Take hover car back home, greet the family, take a nap in a virtual reality room, eat dinner with family with meals provided by the robot chef, watch a movie in the personal theater room, sleep Future Workplace Article Unless you have been on vacation for the past few years, you are probably aware that the workplace as we know it is rapidly changing. The 9-to-5 grind spent in an "official" office is giving way to the virtual work environment; the at-my-desk-by-8:59 is becoming the on-my-Blackberry 24/7, and the Starbucks coffee break has become the Starbucks "home" office.
This isn't necessarily a bad thing. Businesses can capitalize on the evolving nature of the office by striking a balance that combines virtual and physical work and space. This could ultimately increase productivity and lower costs without sacrificing company culture or individual motivation.
Information technology has turned the assumptions of where work happens and the role of buildings inside out. Innovative corporate leaders have already recognized that technology allows their employees to be mobile, to work with colleagues remotely and across time zones, and to get work done in a variety of settings both inside and outside of the traditional office. These businesses have saved money, increased work flexibility, and made the best use of their real estate. And these new flexible workplaces are also providing gains in worker productivity.
Today, companies are increasingly focusing on the predicament of how to help employees concentrate and get work done -- which is traditionally thought to require an enclosed office space -- while also allowing for the significant benefits of open and flexible office environments, including creativity, knowledge, teamwork and coordination. We know that open environments can inhibit work; we also know that they can promote interaction and knowledge sharing.
So what is the solution? Enter the hybrid workplace.
Hybrid environments provide a mix of enclosed and open work spaces that are available for users to occupy on an as-needed basis.
The mobility we now have allows individuals to choose how and where they work best. A flexible work environment can balance the needs for individual work with the need for interaction. The advent of untethered technology and mobile ways of using space has all but eliminated the challenge of deciding between openness versus enclosure when designing a workplace.
Hybrid work spaces offer both open and closed environments that can be useful in a variety of ways. In a hybrid workplace, employees have the option of working individually in a quiet space or working with their colleagues in open, collaborative team areas or rooms. Furthermore, the hybrid workplace can take advantage of technology to combine face-to-face and virtual collaboration -- both within the office and remotely.
Cisco's (CSCO) McCarthy Ranch campus in Milpitas, Calif. has gone the way of the hybrid workplace. Hundreds of mobile workers who use the campus have access to eight different kinds of unassigned work spaces: workstations, touchdown spaces, privacy rooms, focus booths, open project spaces, team rooms, lounges and dens. The spaces support many different kinds of virtual collaboration using IP technology and audio and video conferencing. What will the future workplace look like?
-It will be different due to new environments and our age grouping is aging with more younger and technological groups.
-There will no longer be a 9-5 grind spent in an actual office, it will more of a home office and no computer office work it will be I phone/ blackberry 24/7 work, and no star bucks coffee network break it will be the star bucks take coffee home and do office task at home office.
-Business can make a balance scale of virtual and physical work and space, this will lead to increased productivity and lower and efficient costs without sacrificing the companies culture, pride or motivation for individuals.
-As years go on, innovative corporate leaders have recognized technologies will allow employees to be more tech and mobile, across time zones and with this work will get done both inside the office(if needed) or at home at your personal office.
-Employees will get flexible work office work environments, with creativity, knowledge, team work, and cooperative work setting.
-As well the add on of new technologies and new places with it, work spaces such as hybrid work places will, offer both open and closed environments for employees, can do virtual collaboration and face advantage.
-With the richness of face to face communication allows for faster decision making, information flow, to help present environments that have never occurred in the past.
The hybrid workplace is the future and looking to stay ahead for more development. Our company provides educational courses to help employees grow to their full potential in our company, eliminating boundaries so everyone of all ethnicity and gender may reach their full potential Team TED
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