Traditionally, when workplace strategy has failed, it’s because the spaces and the people using the space are
misaligned. This leads to employees interacting with the office because they have to and not usually because
they want to. Often, this is a result of a process carried out without the input of those employees.
Executives, workplace teams, and workplace consultants can often rely heavily on industry trends or what
has worked for other companies. However, most workplace experts will tell you that their secret ingredient is
listening to their people. Afterall, shouldn’t a workplace reflect the people who work in it?