For business owners who wish to increase work productivity, office optimisation is the answer. According to Bobby Goodman of the Forbes Chicago Business Council, employees work more efficiently and effectively when their office space is optimised as it is able to accommodate their work flow better.

While office optimisation can involve extensive renovations, making minor rearrangements to create more space is a good way to start. This is especially true for small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) as they usually work in smaller office spaces. By simply replacing bulky furniture with space-saving multifunctional furniture and rearranging office equipment in your current layout, you are able to create more floor space that can be used for collaborative purposes.

Maximising Your Limited Office Space

Getting the most out of your office space is a bit of a challenge, especially when there are a lot of options to choose from. While some opt to convert cubicles into modular workstations or apply an open floor plan, there is always the possibility that these options are disadvantageous to productivity.

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