A Collaborative Space is a Productive Space
Did you know that a huge factor of success in any business is whether or not employees can work together? According to NutCache blog, encouraging your employees to work together can help improve productivity and promote healthy office relationships. It is also said that when employees get together, their work gets done quicker and more effectively. These factors combined can go a long way when it comes to office culture and a successful business model in general. Since we know how important collaboration between employees is, we decided to showcase a few collaborative pieces of office furniture that will encourage employees to brainstorm and work together.
Have you ever wanted to collaborate with a group of people but didn’t have the room to do so? This is a problem that many offices and employees face. Since some office furniture can be chunky and take up a lot of room, often there isn’t a lot of space left for people to work. These Basyx Series Swivel Task Stools eliminate this problem by offering a comfortable alternative. The stools are generously sized and cushioned, with a molded seat to ensure extra softness and support. They are perfect for collaboration because they can be easily moved around the office and won’t take up a lot of space. They are perfect for when employees want to work together at the spur of the moment. All they have to do is grab a stool and circle around one another in order to share ideas and get work done.
Sometimes when collaboration between employees is happening, they just don’t feel like sitting. Employees can prefer standing to help them focus in on the task at hand and to be able to think more clearly. Standing also allows for people to use their hands, which can then help keep the other collaborator’s attention. This Cha-Cha Table Top is perfect for occasions such as these. Its big enough to fit papers and other project materials on top, but also intimate enough to keep a group small if you have too. They are built with exceptional strength and durability, so no mishaps will happen while collaborating.
Have you ever been in a large meeting where you aren’t able to clearly see the presentation board? If so, you know how hard it is to keep your attention and grasp the information at hand. Whenever employees are collaborating, it’s important to have a place where they can write their ideas. Collaboration causes an influx of brainstorming and problem solving, having a Balt Frameless Markerboard gives you a place to put these ideas. This way, everyone can see and further expand on ideas that are written in front of them. Not only does it help with brainstorming, it also looks great and can complete any conference room or office space.
How can you properly collaborate if you’re not comfortable? This Executive High-Back Chair from Basyx by HON is generously cushioned and soft. Since it is made with polished chrome, the chair looks professional in an office setting. Almost everything on this chair is adjustable, so you can form it to your body and liking. Since the chair is on wheels, it makes traveling and moving from place to place a breeze. Having a few of these around your office can help make your employees feel like executives when working together. These chairs are perfect for any conference room or table because they ensure that you will remain comfortable, no matter how long a meeting will run.
If you have to work, why not work in style? This rectangular conference table is medium cherry, a color that can blend and look good no matter what color palate its placed in. It’s long and rectangular so many employees can work there at once. The shape is perfect for collaboration because it allows everyone the opportunity to really see, hear and know what’s going on at all times. No matter how much work takes place at this table, it will always look as good as new. This is because it has a thick laminate top that allows it to be water, scratch and dent resistant. That means it can also stand up to a luncheon once the collaboration is done.
If you want your employees to work together, try purchasing some collaborative pieces of furniture that can help make the process natural.
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