Knoll Director of Workplace Research Mike O’Neill to Discuss Distributed Work ModelsCoreNet Global Event Highlights Knoll Research Whitepaper The Metrics of Distributed Work
October 8, 2013
On Thursday, October 10, 2013 in Cincinnati Ohio, Knoll senior director of workplace research Dr. Mike O’Neill will discuss how companies can support new workstyles with office planning models that takes into account the number of ways people work today. The discussion will highlight key themes discussed in the Knoll Research White Paper, The Metrics of Distributed Work, and include detailed real estate and facilities metric and a return on investment model, comparing both the conventional model and distributed work approaches.
Many offices today were never intended to “support the complexity and unpredictability of new work patterns,” writes event sponsor CoreNet Global. “In many companies, employees are working in an increasingly social, mobile, collaborative fashion.”
A new work models designed to facilitate these new tasks, referred to as “distributed work,” support a combination of heads down “focus” work, formal and informal collaboration of varying duration, and social interaction that occurs in a wide variety of settings within the building.
Join Dr. O’Neill on Thursday, October 10 from 3:30-5:30pm at the RJE Business Interiors Showroom located at 623 Broadway in Cincinnati, Ohio. The event is open to the public but RSVPs are required. Visit CoreNet Global to reserve a seat.