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41 En este sentido orienta las oportunidades para la empresa en 4 Tendencias en espacios de trabajo: The colliding office o la oficina casual, alude a espacios de trabajo que invitan a generar conversaciones distendidas o casuales entre las diferentes áreas de la empresa a fin de promover la innovación. Office in motion, o la oficina en movimiento, aborda el nomadismo laboral y el concepto, entre otros, de Hot Desking, por el que numerosos empleados están fuera de la oficina y un mismo espacio de trabajo es ocupado por diferentes empleados, de modo que la flexibilidad, la modularidad y los espacios multipropósito son los conceptos clave de esta tendencia. En Any place is a workspace, o cualquier sitio es un sitio de trabajo, el entorno laboral es cualquier lugar que se convierte en oficina temporal. Es la filosofía del Flexiworking: elegir con total libertad cuando y dónde trabajar en base a objetivos marcados. Por último, The happy & healthy office o la oficina alegre y saludable, que busca el confort y la salud en un entorno con elementos vegetales, adecuada iluminación y aire, materiales antibacterianos, etc, para mejorar la productividad y evitando migrañas, insomnio, y ansiedades, entre otras afecciones. In this sense, it summarizes the opportunities for the company in 4 trends for workspaces: The ‘Colliding Office’ or the ‘Casual Office’, refers to workspaces that invite you to generate relaxed or ‘casual’ conversations between different areas of the company in order to promote innovation. ‘Office in motion’, or the office in movement, that tackle labour nomadism and the concept, among others, of ‘Hot Desking’, whereby numerous employees tend to work outside of the office and the same workspace is occupied by different employees, so that flexibility, modularity and multipurpose spaces become the key concepts in this trend. In ‘Any place is a workspace’, or any site can become a work site, the work environment is any place that becomes a temporary office. It is the philosophy of Flexi-working: to choose with total freedom when and where to work based on objectives. Finally, ‘The happy & healthy office’ or the cheerful and healthy office, that seeks comfort and health in an environment of plants, satisfactory light and air, anti-bacterial materials, etc. in order to improve productivity and to avoid migraines, insomnia, anxieties among other issues. viles.”, precisa, y destaca a modo de resumen, que “el trabajo ya no es un lugar, sino un estado. La oficina estática es cosa del siglo XX. Es el fin del cubículo como paradigma del trabajo en la oficina.”, concluye Así, aporta información sobre la que basa su análisis y establece sus reflexiones, y conclusiones, como por ejemplo que el 70 por ciento del tiempo de trabajo de los profesionales de consultorías, ventas o servicios al cliente se realiza fuera de la mesa de oficina, o que el 26 por ciento de los españoles realiza algún trabajo desde el hogar, frente a la media europea que alcanza el 35 por ciento. “Workspaces are more alive than ever, and it’s a strategic opportunity for the habitat industries.” This is the main conclusion from the study ‘Office Trends: Trends in offices and workspaces’, prepared by the Technological Institute for Metalworking, Furniture, Wood, Packaging and Related Trades, AIDIMME, and the Institute of Technological Ceramic, ITC, the Network of Technological Institutes in the Region of Valencia, RedIT. Funded by the PROMECE Program of the Valencian Institute of Business Competitiveness, IVACE, with support from The European Regional Development Fund, ERDF, this research project, which is freely available at www.tendenciashabitat. es, offers a descriptive, evaluative, analytical and reflective vision of the evolution of office space, the needs of workers, manufacturing opportunities and the role of architects, designers, and interior designers, among others. Undertaken by the Observatory of Habitat Trends (OTH) and promoted by both Technological Institutes, the study aims to unveil a reality that inspires creators and entrepreneurs, and that helps them to generate value in line with current times. Therefore, it is also a guide of business opportunities for manufacturers and designers where the main socio-economic changes that affect their environments are reflected. In this sense, the document asserts that technology transforms offices but, above all, transforms the nature of business. “We live in a world in constant technological transformation and companies need to create value from these changes. It is the evolution of the knowledge economy and the internet revolution and mobile devices”, he says and in a nutshell, points out that” work is no longer a place, but a state. The static office is a thing of the twentieth century. It is the end of the cubicle as a paradigm of work in the office”, he concludes. Thus, the study provides information on which it bases its analysis and establishes its reflections, and conclusions; for example, that 70 percent of the work time involved in consulting, sales or customer services is performed outside the office, or that 26 percent of Spaniards do some work from home, compared to the European average of 35 percent.


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