Making Your Office Ultra-Productive
If you are not new to the coworking scene, you may have already heard about Wework. Wework is one of the biggest coworking companies in the industry. In this article, they share some tips and tricks on how to optimize your own workspace. Their tips and tricks are the things they have learned with experience, and they were probably the reason why they are so succesful
If there’s a symbol of today's startup economy, co-working spaces—slick, open concept, and fully wired shared offices—might be it. According to the latest data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 15.8 million people freelance in the U.S. That’s more than 10% of the full-time workforce. And outside of attic offices and coffee shops, they need a place to get the job done.
Enter companies like WeWork. Founded in 2010, WeWork now runs 56 shared offices from Austin to Amsterdam aimed not only at creative output, but also amping up productivity. Considering that their customers actually pay to work in their spaces—compared to most people, who are paid by companies to work—WeWork must be doing something right.Here’s five ways WeWork optimizes its offices for getting the job done, along with suggestions for how you can apply those ideas to your own workspace.