In the corporate workplace community, the agile work environment has become a hot topic of conversation. If you have attended workplace and facilities industry events over the past few years, such as IFMA World Workplace, CoreNet Global Summit, CoRETECH or WORKTECH, you have certainly become aware of the movement. But what exactly does it mean and why are more and more progressive companies moving in that direction? Read more
Archive for month: December, 2015
SUMMARY: Frost & Sullivan’s 2015 Australia Facilities Management Software Company of the Year has been awarded to Serraview, a leading provider of workplace management software in Australia and North America.
MELBOURNE, Australia and New York, NY – December 7, 2015 – As part of its 2015 Excellence Awards, Frost & Sullivan has named Serraview the Australia Facilities Management Software Company of the Year. As a global growth consulting company with 1,800 analysts and consultants monitoring more than 300 industries and 250,000 companies, Frost & Sullivan presents best-in-class awards each year based on its extensive research.
In last week’s blog, we took a look at how the agile work environment is being implemented today, and discussed some of the benefits you can realize and challenges you should prepare for.
If you missed last week’s blog, read more here: What Does the Agile Work Environment Look Like?
This week, we’ll show you how to tell if your company is well-suited to make the move to an agile work environment and provide some essential strategies for success.
SUMMARY: Simon Davis has been named Vice President of Business Development for Serraview, a leader in workplace management and optimization solutions.
New York, NY – December 2, 2015 – Serraview, a leader in workplace management and optimization solutions in North America and Australia, is pleased to announce that Simon Davis has joined the firm as Vice President of Business Development. The appointment addresses the increasing need for optimization of corporate workplaces and the expanding demand for the company’s products and services.
In the first two installments in our series about the agile work environment, we gave you a sneak peek into some exciting new spaces in Australia and the US and addressed how organizations benefit from this new way of working. Then we looked at how to tell if your organization is ready for an agile work environment, and some essential strategies to making the move successful. In case you missed the first two articles, see:
This week, we will address some of the common challenges that companies face when making the move to an agile work environment, as well as tips for overcoming those hurdles to ensure you achieve your goals.
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