We all have our strengths, things that we’re especially good at and things that we love doing. When some of us prefer to work in a quiet and peaceful place, some may enjoy the busy, fast-moving environment. It can be quite a challenge to arrange a workspace to suit every individual. However, there is a solution to it. Social Spaces are meant for people who focus on teamwork and collaboration, which then results in improved productivity and quality of work.
At first, socialising at work may seem quite counterproductive, but if done well, Social Spaces can actually encourage better communication and shorten the time of project development.
In this week’s edition of Bevlan Blog, we’ll introduce you to a better way of working as a team with Social Spaces.
Better relationships at work
Building relationships at work is crucial when working as a team. With Social Spaces, team members are working closely together which helps them understand their colleagues’ strengths, weaknesses, and skills, so the whole project development process gets improved. That finally results in better product quality.
Because of the team members working closely together in a comfortable, work-oriented area, they are encouraged to stay productive, communicative, focused and relaxed. When Social Space is full of creative, influencing and open people, and each and every one of them is involved in the project, the team is more likely to succeed and perform better in terms of communication, information flow, wellbeing and creativity.
Barriers of the professional hierarchy are broken-down
Keeping everyone involved, at the same level, and in the same shared work area, will help colleagues stay connected no matter what is their job role. Barriers of the professional hierarchy will cause a lack of communication, which obviously, will have a negative impact on productivity and the project itself. These barriers need to be broken-down. Everyone uses the same facilities, share the same equipment, work in the same place.