In order to get (and stay) ahead of the competition, a business must have the means to drive growth and increase productivity; this should start with evaluating its office fit out. To succeed, the working environment that the office produces must appeal to every member of the workforce (both incumbent and future employees), across a wide range of ages and skill sets.
Putting in place changes to the design of the office will cost; both in a financial sense, as well as potential working time lost because of the disruption that the project may cause too. So to justify the costs of improving the current office design, the return on investment must be considered; will the outlay pay itself back with the benefits we need to succeed?
By understanding this, a business will be putting in place solid, workable plans to progress themselves further – any investment done on a whim has all the likelihood of failure. So in this blog, we've put together a list of ways that the ROI of a new fit out can be measured; considering all of the benefits that an office redesign brings to make for a successful project.