It’s the start of busy workday. For pretty much the entire day you are moving between different work spaces, liaising with colleagues from different teams and consuming enough coffee to last you a lifetime rather than eight hours... routines...
Agile methods are reinventing the way we work. Scrum, Kanban and other agile methods now dominate some industries and departments. Providing unique stationery solutions for agile project teams, Agile Stationery creates and supplies quality...
The feedback that many in the architecture and interiors industry are getting is that their customers want Scrum, and the reason they want Scrum is feedback.
Doing the same thing every day can relate to anything from our job tasks themselves, to our commute, to our working hours or our working environment. We know that variety is the spice of life, so why are so many of us still trapped in monotonous
Google Campus, Soho Works, We Work, Central Working: these places have become synonymous with trendy, creative working environments, and with good reason. Their popularity has not only branched a network of similar flexible office spaces, but the trend has trickled down to SMEs and even global corporates seeking that ‘creative coffee shop’ feel
They say that a company is only as good as their employees. And regardless of salaries paid or how well colleagues get on, quality employees are only going to stay with a business if they feel like they are being productive, feel like they are achieving and that they are supported by the company.
Embracing different working environments within your 9-5 daily grind is becoming less of a rarity in this modern world. With more and more companies encouraging agile working practices across the globe, people are changing-up their workspaces either for a simple change in scenery or to be more productive in a new area.