It is time to reinvent corporate working environments with a middle ground between packed offices and the isolation of working at home. This article proposes a hub-and-spoke model, whereby a company operates a centralized main office (hub) with more localized satellite offices (spokes). While not a new concept and one adopted by P&C long ago, this approach can be key to workspace mobility. To achieve this, many companies are leveraging sophisticated scheduling technology to create an optimal unified cultural experience. Another success factor is an office layout steeped in behavior-based design with separate spaces for meetings and collaboration, rooms for video or phone calls, and quiet spaces for focused work. This approach also provides a larger, more significant geographic footprint that can broaden your company’s audience, customer, and client reach. For specific guidance for your organization, please contact P&C.

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