What is the Define process?

The Define process helps you understand how your current space is used, how your people could get better use from the space which allows you to properly assess how it can be optimised for the future.

From administering and analysing employee sentiment surveys to designing and delivering your final scheme, we’re here to help you move forward.

How do you benefit?

By gathering measurable insights that evaluate and review your requirements, you can streamline costs, improve engagement and enhance your performance to drive meaningful change within your organisation.

Using real data we remove the subjective assumptions. We turn the resulting data into actionable intelligence, offering you a unique solution to help drive business success.

1. Meet & Research

We research and analyse the way you use your workspace to understand your current ways of working and your aspirations. 

Our consultancy service can include surveys, exploring how your team will work, change management planning and workplace environments.

2. Define Tool 

Our Define Tool is designed to capture your team’s demographics, their perception of the working environment and how they will use it. 

This includes every member of the organisation and becomes part of your colleague engagement programme.

3. Define Workshop

Using a group workshop environment, we ascertain whether your team’s aspirations match those of the business leaders. Simple space adjacencies and space usage are explored to help understand team interactions. The hybrid working model is explored and challenged. 

We also look at colours and finishes to gain feedback on the potential personality of your future space.

4. Results with solutions

We provide the data, by each worker type, along with some suggested layouts, digital mood boards and specific product options. 

This helps to establish what is required from the workplace to deliver an environment where all your team can prosper.

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