A well-designed office space is a crucial asset for any organization. It can support employees’ diverse behavioral needs, encourage new forms of interaction, and shape corporate culture and empowerment. Modern workplaces face the challenge of accommodating unprecedented demands, which require a versatile, dynamic, and flexible environment that can be cost-effectively adapted.
Digital Transformation and Behavioral Diversity
The digital age has brought about greater diversity in the way individuals work and the way members of organizations collaborate with each other. Advanced technology supports a more mobile way of working and people are no longer confined to fixed office locations. Research indicates that around 68% of international organizations worldwide are planning to practice hybrid distributed collaboration. Organizations are encouraging greater collaboration among employees, promoting cross-role communication and cross-pollination. With the prevalence of hybrid distributed collaboration, interactions between individuals and teams have become complex and varied, while traditional spaces pay little attention to the integration of technological devices in the space, and focus on creating a single open office space, leaving employees in a crisis of privacy, a single form of technology and space fundamentally unable to meet these new needs.
According to the privacy experience, the space is divided into open space, semi-open space and closed space, so that the diversity of space to meet the new needs of the digital transformation of the work behavior, to better support employees, encourage innovation, so that the organization benefits.
More Flexible and Mobile Distribution of Competencies
The office space needs to incorporate elements of technology and privacy to become a more versatile workplace. According to the elements of technology, the space is divided into low-tech, medium-tech and high-tech areas. According to the privacy experience, the space is divided into open space, semi-open space and closed space, so that the diversity of space to meet the new needs of the digital transformation of the work behavior, to better support employees, encourage innovation, so that the organization benefits.
Highly Adaptable Space in an Agile Culture
This is an era of fluidity where data and information are surging, and everything is therefore undergoing sudden changes in nature, characterization, and is more unpredictable than in the VUCA era. An agile culture of rapid iteration has become a staple of leading organizations. Agile culture requires speed and efficiency, experimentation and innovation, with organizational structures and workflows changing dynamically all the time.
The design of the workplace must be based on the three dimensions of people, space, and technology to create a dynamic and flexible space with high adaptability, in order to match the development of the organization under the agile culture and to support the dynamic changes in the way of work. However, the traditional fixed installation of the office space, the construction cycle is long, the renovation and restoration costs are high, resulting in the renovation of the garbage and many other problems, can not meet this new demand. Organizations need a highly adaptable workplace that is dynamic and flexible, and can be reinvented at low cost.
Cheer Me Office Pods
More than ever, organizations need a highly adaptable workplace that is more diverse, dynamic and flexible, and can be cost-effectively reinvented. This new demand requires workplaces that support different work behaviors, both individual and collaborative, and that value the private experience of employees and address spatial diversity. At the same time, it is necessary to pay attention to the dynamic flexibility of the space to match the development of the organization, and can be reinvented at low cost to meet the rigid needs of the future.
Based on this, in order to save the user’s comprehensive costs and help the mission of Carbon Neutral, which is committed to becoming a leader in digital assembly fast-fit rooms, we have launched an extremely fast and reconfigurable modular agile cubicle system. With diverse space configurations, this product creates a new space with a balance of openness and privacy to meet the diversified work behaviors of focus, collaboration, leisure, and recovery in individual and team office space, and at the same time, supports the new demand for highly adaptable space under the Agile culture with flexible and changeable space in a short period of time and low-cost remodeling.
Modular Reorganization – Creating a Highly Adaptable Space
With the modular design concept and patented quick-assembly structure, it is easy to install and quick to put in place. 1 hour quick-assembly can be realized for CMP1 and CMP 1.5, and the construction does not affect the work of the staff, which improves the construction efficiency and avoids some hidden sunk costs brought about by the delay of the construction period.
Humanized design-supports multi-dimensional employee experience
Choice is a fundamental need for a new generation of employees who want the freedom to choose when, where and how to work efficiently based on their work.
A computer, a cup of coffee, wireless charging facilities, plug-and-play power supply, and CMP1 and CMP 1.5 can all help employees open up a deeply focused work experience. For short instant phone calls, there is no need to disturb others or rush to escape, just flash into any pod to end the meeting easily.
Comfortable sofas and a quiet environment create a private mental recovery area for employees. A moment’s rest can relieve fatigue, improve cognitive ability, memory, and work efficiency.
Reserve a variety of different types of meeting spaces in advance to meet the formal or casual collaboration styles of different teams. Equipped with multimedia technology equipment and digital features such as smart meeting rooms to better meet the needs of hybrid collaboration between teams, helping teams to choose the best way to meet and communicate.
The semi-open work coffee area allows employees to temporarily withdraw from the familiar work area and come here to enjoy a moment of freedom, bringing Starbucks’ social culture into the workplace, supporting casual and collaborative work styles, and helping teams disseminate tacit knowledge and realize personal growth.
Sustainable Design – ESG Concepts for Carbon Neutrality
Carbon neutrality has become an important strategic goal of the country, and the building decoration industry, as a major emitter of carbon emissions, is an important part of realizing the goal of carbon neutrality in 2060, and it is all the more important to put ecological issues into practice in every aspect of the industry.Cheer Me practices ESG concepts, and designs sustainable products that can be reused and recycled, and the spatial function of which can be resettled, to help realize the goal of carbon neutrality.
Green, low-carbon and reusable materials are used from the outside to the inside, and the raw materials can be recycled and reused.
The quality of the products is guaranteed, and they can be recovered and recycled as a whole to maximize the service life of the products, increase the reuse rate, and reduce the pollution to the environment. The laminates, acoustic panels, fan boxes and power supply modules are replaced by quick-fit type, which makes maintenance more convenient.
According to the space demand, the size and function can be changed flexibly, realizing the reset of size and function, and realizing the new demand of space remodeling at low cost. The products can be disassembled and reassembled repeatedly, minimizing the waste of resources and improving the utilization rate of resources.