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The Collaborative Workspace: Improve Productivity Through Engagement

If you’re looking to improve productivity at work, it may be time to shift to a collaborative workspace. Whether you’re a small company or well-established corporation, such collaborative office environments can offer great benefits. While smaller companies and freelancers can move to a coworking space, larger companies have the ability to convert their own offices. While there are benefits of those spaces for smaller companies, larger companies can reap similar benefits to help the company expand. In addition to the saving money, here are some of the ways in which a shared workspace can improve your company.


After potential cost savings, socialization is the biggest draw for collaborative workspaces, especially startups and companies with few employees. This can even be a benefit for larger companies seeking to change their office environment. But how can socializing in a shared office environment improve productivity? The more employees interact during work hours, the fewer problems they will encounter. Without the barrier of cubicles, employees are free to chat about projects. If one employee runs into a problem, someone nearby can easily step in to assist. While working on a project, a team would no longer need a conference room. The open space in which they all work provides the space to communicate and develop the project. And without the walls around each department, employees are more likely to speak with colleagues in other areas. The improved communication between departments will build stronger relationships that can also reduce employee turnover.

Greater Feedback

Businesses thrive on feedback. However, employees aren’t always the best sources of constructive criticism as they are more likely to tell the boss what he/she wants to hear. In a collaborative workspace, you have the opportunity to solicit opinions on the fly. Rather than having a meeting in which everyone wants to get out as quickly as possible, asking for feedback in a small group can offer greater rewards.

Workplace Atmosphere

In addition to the social environment in the workspace, shared workspaces are usually designed for productivity. The bright, open atmosphere that the shared workplace can offer will lift employees’ moods. Without all the offices and cubicles, more natural light can enter the office. That natural light will give employees a warm feeling. This is a much better experience than the cold, sterile feeling of cubicles. The open space also gives people more room to move around. Sitting all day isn’t healthy, but there’s usually nowhere to do in an office. With more space, employees feel freer to move around and even interact with other departments. It’s important to nurture a more positive and energetic office. When employees are happy, they get sick less and work more. Happier workers are more productive.

Make the Move to a Collaborative Workspace

If you’re looking to change where and how you work, then check out collaborative workspace options for your company. The move to a shared office can improve your company’s productivity. With a shared workplace, you can develop a more social company culture. This will lead to happier employees who are more productive. And a more productive workforce will make management happier as well. Find out how changing your work environment can improve your company’s productivity.