Ce que nous faisons

En combinant nos trois spécialités principales avec l'expérience intersectorielle d'une équipe de classe mondiale, nous transformons les entreprises grâce à l'environnement bâti et améliorons la façon dont les gens travaillent.

En savoir plus sur ce que nous faisons

Projets

En combinant nos trois spécialités principales avec l'expérience intersectorielle d'une équipe de classe mondiale, nous transformons les entreprises grâce à l'environnement bâti et améliorons la façon dont les gens travaillent.

Voir tous les projets

Comment concevoir un espace de travail collaboratif

Favorisez la collaboration de vos employés grâce à nos conseils sur la façon de créer un espace de travail collaboratif.

4 min de lecture

Espaces de travail collaboratifs : définitions et conseils

Collaborative workplaces are workspaces that are set up in a way to encourage people to work together. Giving them the chance to move around freely and have reducing the availability of closed-off spaces.

Les avantages d'un espace de travail collaboratif

Collaboration emphasises freedom, creativity and integrating thoughts from several unique perspectives. Studies have found that productivity increases by 15% in workspaces that encourage group work, interaction, and brainstorming. In these open-planned spaces, colleagues can easily chat to each other about work without having to schedule a formal meeting. This improves your business’s general efficiency and allows the team to complete tasks more quickly.

Collaborative workplaces also improve the social atmosphere. This plays a large role in your team’s satisfaction and ability to work together to create inspired outcomes.

Comment créer un espace de travail collaboratif

Votre espace de travail collaboratif doit refléter la vision de votre organisation. Demandez-vous ce que vous voulez réaliser, ce dont vos employés ont besoin et ce que vous pouvez intégrer de manière réaliste dans votre espace et votre budget. Ensuite, suivez nos conseils pour encourager votre équipe à travailler ensemble efficacement.

16% of time lost in the office is because of employees looking for a space to collaborate. Effective collaborative space needs to have enough room for the ‘spread out’ requirements of group work. Ensure to accommodate for teamwork and audio privacy with flexible furniture.

Se débarrasser des murs

Les salles closes ne sont pas stimulantes sur le plan mental. Ils offrent peu de flexibilité et enferment les employés dans un seul endroit, au lieu de permettre une progression, tant physique que mentale. La collaboration inspire l'innovation, ce qui ne manquera pas de pousser votre entreprise à faire encore plus de choses.

Remove any physical barriers to give your staff more freedom and you will quickly see your team become more productive. Look instead to create separate spaces via the use of movable wall elements, such as ceiling hung acoustic panelling. These not only give your staff control and flexibility to create their own spaces depending on their specific requirements, but also provide acoustic privacy.

Décorer pour inspirer

Vibrant colours, interesting textures, and decentralised furniture are more likely to bring out the creativity of your team than white walls and stuffy conference room style furniture. The more comfortable and liberated employees feel in their workspace, the more inspired and collaborative they’ll be.

One important aspect of your internal setup is furniture that does not promote a hierarchy. Round tables and flexible seating options such as stools which can easily be moved around encourage employees to discuss and share their ideas. Flexible furniture, such as rolling chairs, also allows your workers to adapt to their physical surroundings and gather with others with no issues.

Créez des espaces différents pour des usages différents

Les travailleurs collaborent de différentes manières. En créant une variété d'espaces différents pour des interactions différentes, vous maximiserez le potentiel de toutes les rencontres sociales.

Mixed-use areas include furniture clusters that allow employees to approach their work flexibly. These workspaces could include comfortable floor seating which would allow people to work individually in each other’s presence. This is ideal when people are looking at different aspects of the same project. This way, they can operate in whatever way is most comfortable to them as well as exchanging ideas or asking questions.

Huddle rooms include a mix of tools such as whiteboards, computer screens, and books, as well as flexible seating options. These areas are suited for both collaborative and individual work but also a great option for a group to gather, discuss or brainstorm ideas. The core objective of equipment in these rooms should be to ease communication and processes.

Collision rooms are communal spaces strategically placed where people gather to take breaks. This may be to get food or coffee or to get a breath of fresh air. People will often run into each other in these areas. This is where they relax and recharge, but also where they can connect with their team most conveniently. Here, ideas can be spontaneously generated in a more free, relaxed environment, and the team can get to know each other better. This will lead to more in-sync future collaborations and group decision-making.

Adopter les avancées technologiques

Nowadays, technology is an enormous factor in communication. Including the latest, relevant innovations and making sure that all employees have access to the devices they need will allow your team to communicate with each other more easily. For example, electronic devices can support information sharing, facilitate brainstorming, and allow for effective research.

With the rise of remote working following the pandemic, its important to have technology designed to facilitate group work. This is needed both in-office and remotely to allow for quick and seamless collaboration between in-office and remote staff.

Trouver un équilibre entre le temps pour nous et le temps pour moi

Studies show that collaboration is one of the most important factors in employee satisfaction. More than half of all satisfied employees collaborate with five or more people at their office on any day. Whilst two-thirds collaborate with people outside of their office at least once a week.

However it is equally important for social time to be balanced with individual focus time. Make sure you offer quieter and more secluded spaces for them to retreat to as well.

Favoriser la productivité en soutenant la collaboration

Employees look for effective ways to collaborate as a team. Offices need to be set up in a way that boosts creativity and encourages collaborative behaviour. By adding moveable furniture, creating more open spaces, and connecting teamwork to technological advances, you can create a collaborative workspace. One that ultimately leads to more productivity and motivation.

AIS can help you devise a strategy that best suits your business, allowing for collaboration to happen in organic, creative ways. Explore our services to increase your employees’ freedom and choice.