Facility Management

Technology should never come at the cost of staff

here’s been a lot of talk recently about the increasing amount of technology being incorporated into workplace projects, and how this technology will be the critical enabler of agile and other synthesised environments. This is all very nice, but often the benefit of delivering mobility systems and precinct connectivity is perceived to come at the cost of staff experience and productivity. It is not that businesses shouldn’t be exploring or investing in emerging trends and technology solutions that support future working styles, but they should also not assume that this technology will be welcomed and quickly adopted, need little effort in implementation or prove

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