The modern conference room is a place where you communicate with your team, negotiate with vendors, argue points of contention, make proposals to clients and sometimes just go to relax. Many people make mistakes when designing their conference rooms.
Company culture lives in the reasons WHY a company is in business. Out of this WHY (or purpose), company culture is born. Because the WHY lives in the heart, everything a company says and does, and how it looks, smells, and tastes (if you will) exists for that reason. We call this company culture.
Many companies are only concerned about how their brand looks on the surface and how they project themselves to their audience. Any company that has been in business for a while, however, knows that the surface will get scratched. Someone will say the wrong words to a customer who is already irritated, a product will be delivered to a customer that doesn’t meet expectations, or the service department won’t act quickly enough. When a scratch reveals a not-so-nice core, it makes recovery that much more difficult.
I’m sure we’d all agree that creativity is vital to any company’s DNA. This trait is crucial to companies in all rapidly changing industries, and currently, I’d assert that includes most of us.
Effective companies use data to create systems to grow by. From this data, they constantly invent new technology in order to better manage human capital. Currently, the technology side of things is being produced at a much faster rate than the human side of change. Technology seems to change every day, while humans adapt at a much slower rate.
Selecting a modern office furniture provider is a big decision for most companies.
Avoiding common slip-ups when choosing a furniture provider can give you peace of mind and circumvent a lot of undue stress.
The art of successful business involves low-cost tools that produce profitable results. Every business profits from persuasion. It doesn’t matter if you’re persuading customers to buy your products, or persuading workers to contribute to their sale. The best way is to tap into emotional decision-making. While writing, speeches, and images all have their place in the emotional arena, nothing is a more powerful tool than color. It works even when you don’t.
When it comes to classic beauty in the modern conference room, marble is an outstanding choice. It’s one cool piece of furniture that can check a lot of boxes on the list of things you’d like to have in your workspace. Before you make the choice to purchase one of these beauties, however, there are a few things you might want to know before plopping down that credit card.
As we grow into the future, superior companies are shifting their focus to the human experience generated by beautiful workspace design and appointments. For the past decade, cutting-edge companies have been finding and exploiting the strong connection between office design, productivity, customer trust, and employee commitment. At the end of the day, this results in high-level company performance.
One company currently growing in this space is BlueStar Alliance, a Madison Avenue company in the process of experimenting with advanced design tec...
A modern reception area that looks great is something many companies want these days. Making it compliant with the American Disabilities Act, however, is something many companies know little, if anything, about.
The American Disabilities Act was written into law in 1990, and provides user-friendly accessibility guidelines to make it easier for those with disabilities to access your workspace. ADA regulations are applicable to many private and public spaces. The idea is that everyone, regardless of who they are, should have a fair opportunity to work and/or live comfortably.
In the case of your office layout and presentation, every design detail sends a message to onlookers that you are intentionally taking care of everyone visiting your company.