Workplace Strategy and Occupancy Planning

These questions review the standard processes your organization deploys to handle strategic workplace changes such as occupancy planning, restacking, reorganizations, and process or culture transformation.

We also ask about success criteria and new opportunities.

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* 1. What % of the organization undergoes some change which impacts their workplace needs annually?

0 Percentage 100
i We adjusted the number you entered based on the slider’s scale.

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* 3. Please estimate the total number of stakeholder meetings that are needed over the course of an occupancy plan or restack:

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* 4. How often does planning include space (re)design?

0 Percentage 100
i We adjusted the number you entered based on the slider’s scale.

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* 5. How often (%) do you conduct activity based work (ABW) research for your workplace planning (or other primary research)?

0 Percentage 100
i We adjusted the number you entered based on the slider’s scale.

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* 7. Can you share the most common tools or software, and frameworks you leverage for research and planning?

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* 8. What % of the final plan is driven by research?

0 Percentage 100
i We adjusted the number you entered based on the slider’s scale.

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* 10. Is there a scale of people, teams, or space *below which* research becomes less critical?

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* 11. How much interest exists to better define organizational success criteria beyond portfolio accounting?

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* 12. Rate each of the following as criteria for strategic workplace planning to support:

  Not important at all Low importance Somewhat important Important Very important
Communication among interdependent teams
Employee satisfaction and retention
Impromptu collisions and cross-functional exploration
Staff time efficiency and workload management
Team trust, shared language and values

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* 13. Please rate the value of the following capabilities if automated and based on objective data sources:

  Not valuable Incremental value More valuable Very valuable Game changer
Critical adjacencies based on workflows among teams and individuals
Quantified work style patterns to assess space needs and/or design requirements
Community detection to uncover informal adjacencies
A benchmark index, and occupancy plan scoring, based space:workflow alignment
Proactive identification of suboptimal alignment across the organization

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* 15. Would you be open to follow-up?

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