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Change Management

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Importance of 
Change Management

Physical changes to our workplace, no matter what scale, can be difficult. By anticipating challenges and implementing a change management strategy directly linked to the built environment, it can build enthusiasm and support with employees early in the project. Once a vision is set, it can be supported through functional programming of spaces and communication with employees to support the desired culture. The number one factor we have found in successful adoption of facility modifications is communication with staff during the design process.


How We Support Clients 
During the Process

We know that the spaces we create effect the people in them, and we take that responsibility seriously. We support our clients throughout the design process, providing tools and resources to help as they lead their employees through the process of understanding their needs and desires for their workspace and the intentions of the new one. Using a variety of communication tools tailored to the end users, we identify a visionary group, engage in meaningful discussions to establish design goals, drivers and inspiration, obtain employee feedback, and then use the knowledge we’ve gathered to support the internal communication plan.

Ways We Support 
Change Management

  • Presentations on Benchmarking + Research
  • Engagement Work Sessions
  • Town Hall Meetings + Brown Bag Sessions
  • Mock-Ups + Testing
  • Regular Internal Employee Communication
  • Groundbreakings + Project Events
  • Visualization
    • Virtual Reality
    • Graphic Diagrams
    • Video Clips
    • Space typology renderings