The advantages of organizing an office in the Open Space style are obvious and undeniable. Obvious – because this model of staff placement, having spread from the U.S., is successfully used around the world by a variety of companies: and automobile monsters in Japan, and in small call-centers in India. Undeniable – because the use of “open space”, in the design of office space, has stood more than half a century test of time (the first variants of Open Space were in the 60’s). Agree, it would be strange not to use such an effective tool, among the main advantages of which:
Maximum ease of monitoring employees, because everyone is in one place, not in different offices behind closed doors.
Allows the most efficient use of the useful area of the room.
Increases the productivity of communication and the quality of interaction between employees (no need to go to another office for help, waste time waiting for a colleague’s answer in online correspondence, etc.).
It creates an atmosphere of democracy, which has a positive effect on the relations of colleagues within the team and helps new employees to “get into the process” faster due to the visual demonstration of work by more experienced employees and managers.
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