WHAT IS COOL WORKING®?
creating work spaces that increase productivity
DESIGNING SPACES AIMED AT PROMOTING WELL-BEING
everything ischanging quickly
We are in a new work paradigm caused by the digital transformation and the coexistence of different generations under one working environment. Changes that have allowed the development of new ways of organising work and team involvement.
Gone are the days when the hierarchical organisation model was one-way, from top to bottom and with no feedback. Respecting personal needs of freedom and independence through a collaborative work model increases team productivity, compared to the hierarchies of the old organisation models.
designing comfortable and dynamic offices
And of course, this new work paradigm is transforming the concept of office space. It has stopped being a physical environment that simply holds the furniture for workers, to become high performance work spaces. An opportunity, through using the space, that allows organisations to align their transformation challenges with their workers' needs of well-being and satisfaction.
cool working® book
So, Cool Working® was created as a methodology* based on support for creating High Performance Work Spaces.Download our Cool Working® Book
* What we call Cool Working® is not just the feeling that working in these New Work Spaces creates, it is also the methodology that we have developed to design them together with the Biomechanics Institute of Valencia (IBV).
COOL WORKING®: GREATER WELL-BEING, GREATER PRODUCTIVITY
Over 50 years of experience accompanying our clients in designing their work spaces, together with the continuous analysis of internationally published scientific and informational studies, means we have learnt a lot about productivity.
Almost all (86%) productivity problems in organisations are related to the work environment.
A highly interactive environment among workers encourages creativity and the transfer of key knowledge to generate innovation.
The work environment can influence worker's satisfaction by up to 24%.
Spaces for informal meetings offer the most (80%) of valuable interactions between colleagues.
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Designing furniture and spaces intended to generate well-being, both physical and psychological, in persons which leads to more productive and efficient organisations.