On average, office space is utilised 50%. This presents a significant opportunity for organisations to rethink how they use their space, whilst aligning the workplace to wider organisational priorities brings many measurable benefits.
It is only through a complete understanding of the relationships between business, people, place, technology and operations that a Workplace Strategy can be developed to link these key organisational components together.
By focusing on what a business needs from its workplace it is possible to unlock the hidden value within its people and portfolio, turning a cost impact into an opportunity to enhance organisational performance.
The Aberley Way: Our approach to Workplace Consultancy
Aberley have over 18 years’ experience in implementing change in the workplace for dozens of organisations across numerous sectors. Aberley ensure that the data capture stage is as efficient and robust as possible. We discover and fully engage with your organisation before using our vast experience to report and plan any workplace change.
Our Approach is to follow the Aberley Model: DEP-TIE
- Discover what is known now
- Engage to fill in the gaps
- Plan – develop the new ways of working
- Taste test a move or change with a sample group
- Implementation roll out of the new ways of working or a move project
- Embed work with the staff to ensure that they understand the new ways of working and that they are working for them
What is a SUS
A SUS is designed to capture data on people and how they interact with the workplace. We designed our SUS to ensure the robustness of our data collection, this is vitally important for us to be able to provide excellent analysis for our clients.
Learn more about our SUS.
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