Like other companies, Accenture wanted to address the empty office issue, but they wanted to do more. The workplace, they reasoned, should exemplify the high performance the company is known for, and actually help people attain higher levels of performance. So they developed a global strategy, and rolled it out in a reinvigorated Houston office. It’s a workplace that’s dramatically boosted communication, collaboration, networking, and mentoring, as well as productivity. Improving an already well functioning office started with a strategic view of the company’s business.Tags: Brand & Culture, Collaboration, Design, Interconnected Workplace, Real Estate Utilization
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