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The Executive Centre release case study on the Future of Work

The office of the future must be an inspiring physical space that facilitates communication, cooperation and collaboration in order to encourage employees to come into the office, according to the latest case study by The Executive Centre (“TEC”), the leading premium flexible workspace. 

Modern technology and globalized communication systems have allowed us to become a more agile and mobile workforce, and these trends have accelerated with the COVID-19 pandemic. The workforce culture today is increasingly championing flexible working practices as the Future of Work, leading the shift for multinational corporates towards adopting a flexible work culture through an extensive review and analysis of their portfolio and employee needs.  

The case study reviews the learnings and provides a roadmap for other organizations that realize the value of flexibility but find it challenging to create an architecture to empower change.  

For its Greater Bay Area location, one of TEC’s clients realized it required private office spaces and meeting rooms in a CBD location which would allow for multiple business units to operate, and a flexibility to scale up or down as their business needs changed. The Executive Centre’s flexible workspace solution gave them the ability to mitigate their risks and reduce costs while remaining in the heart of Guangzhou’s central business district.  

"As a solution, flexible workspaces provide ready to use, fully furnished and serviced workspaces for the headcount that's needed at hand. This ability to scale up or down or move locations at relatively short notice is a highly intelligent way for companies to address their workspace requirements," said Paul Salnikow, Founder & CEO of The Executive Centre.   


Read the full case study from the below link for more insight and best practices The Executive Centre’s future of work collaboration: