The productivity of your teams is determined not only by how streamlined your internal processes are and how well interdepartmental communication works – it is also determined by the layout of your offices, by the colors and the design solutions used in those spaces and by how ergonomic the furniture used in your offices really is. Here are some tips about how you can transform Denver office space to promote productivity, indeed:
- Forget cubicles – the tiny, secluded, walled spaces that were so popular a few decades ago have proven to be not only inefficient, but downright depressing. If you are still using a cubicle system, try to figure out how you could change the office configuration to fit in the same number of people, while also giving them airier, more attractive space;
- Let in as much natural light as possible – every office needs artificial light, but the access of natural light and a view on the outdoor environment is extremely beneficial not only for office productivity, but also for the health of your office employees;
- Apply the concepts of color psychology – each color influences mood and cognitive performance differently, which means that you will need different colors to promote focused work and different colors to promote creativity.