Office space is an expensive proposition for any company. It is generally one of the largest expenses after people and technology. So why do so many organizations treat it as an overhead expense? The return on that investment will increase exponentially if the space is planned and implemented as a tool to increase employee productivity. To do this, the design must begin with an understanding about what the people working in the space need to do their jobs. You probably move between a variety of spaces, from your private office to the conference room to a collaboration area and back. Most people require different types and amounts of space depending on what they are doing. Perhaps there is unused square footage in your private office but your meeting and collaboration areas are always booked.
Take a typical 10x15, 150 square foot