Workplace Behavior Scenarios
Not just taking action, but taking the right action.
Asking employees directly about where, how, and when they work results in a future state workplace space program, including new headcount-to-seat ratios. FacilityQuest then integrates the survey results with other workplace assessments, such as space utilization.
Where People Work
Find out where people work, even when it is not in the corporate workplace. And, if allowed to choose, would they change their selection of work locations?
How People Collaborate
Collaboration is not just about how much time people spend interacting. It's about how they interact and what they are trying to accomplish. Is the activity about reporting status and progress? That's "alignment." Is the activity about co-creating something or jointly solving a problem? That type of collaboration is "development." The resources needed to enable these two types of activities are not the same.
Who People work with
Discover critical adjacencies and changing work requirements or relationships. For the tools they work with, what was “the next big thing” in technology might be gathering dust today. What’s working and what isn’t? The workplace behavior study informs a schematic design and a test fit.
The outcome of a work behavior study is one or more future state scenarios. A Future State Space Program includes:
New workplace scenarios
New headcount-to-seat ratios
Programming for schematic design
Input for change management