The return to work is here – but what will the future of work truly look like?
According to researchers and leading experts, physical workspaces will still remain a critical part of tomorrow’s working world and play a critical part in helping enterprises nurture teamwork, collaboration, and corporate culture — but they’ll look radically different from what we see today. Spurred by the rise of hybrid working models and rising digital transformation, going forward, their definition will change to primarily revolve around the concepts of on-demand workspaces and office-as-a-service — allowing you to grab desk spaces, event spaces, meeting rooms, etc. as needed. As thought leaders suggest, the field of commercial real estate clearly has a future, but (thanks to ongoing disruption) is continuing to reinvent itself. The future lies in a world where on-site and online solutions co-exist. By providing more flexible working models, the latest workplace technology, and shared resources, tomorrow’s on-demand workspaces will become a more practical and productive solution for businesses in every field to adopt.
Noting this, just a few questions that you may wish to ask yourself as you consider the return to work and growingly hybrid future of work are as follows:
Q: In a time of growing digital transformation, why are businesses continuing to invest heavily in physical workspaces?
Q: How important are real-world office spaces to helping foster teamwork, collaboration, and a sense of shared purpose?
Q: Why do so many employees and business leaders want to enjoy more on-site programs in coming years?
Q: What will the shape of tomorrow’s workspace look like — and how is it transforming itself to better meet the needs of modern-day businesses?
Q: What might the concept of office-as-a-service mean for our company, and might it impact our operations?
Q: What does it mean to have a workplace on-demand, and how can it be a powerful tool for helping you adapt your business operations to today’s market?
Q: How important is it as an organization to have access to more flexible and resilient business solutions such as these?
Q: Physical, digital, hybrid… what does the shape of tomorrow’s business world look like in your opinion?
Q: We increasingly live in a world of virtual, remote, and hybrid work: How can enterprise leaders adapt more rapidly and cost-effectively?