“Most corporate buildings don’t do a good job of supporting collaboration, brainstorming, and innovative work methods. They tend to be dominated by cubicles or offices which are suited for individual work, or by hard-to-book conference rooms that teams can use but only for short periods of time. What’s needed is a more flexible space that better supports teams and inspires more open thinking”. Adam Richardson HBR 2011

  • Mobile Workwalls allow you to create space as you need it and are great for collaboration

We think in Australia we are transitioning to a much more open template largely driven by the benefits of increased occupancy as opposed to driving collaboration.

  • Mobile Workwalls can help you partition open plans providing degrees of visual and acoustic privacy and support increased utilisation

Those organisations that have adopted the open plan and want to promote collaboration, turbo charge engagement, creativity, and productivity have implemented new more flexible spaces that encourage face to face collaboration.

  • Cisco, Aus. Post, DBS Bank and many others have all allocated significant space to allow for semiprivate collaborative discussions using mobile Workwalls. Many of these firms are also using processes such as Agile and Design Thinking that benefit from visualisation techniques.

Human communication consists of 93% body language and paralinguistic cues, while just 7% consists of words. Body language speaks a lot louder than words; you can gain a much better understanding of feelings than you would otherwise be able to through other forms of collaboration

  • If you have ever wrote or drawn your thoughts onto a whiteboard you will understand the difference and if not, it costs very little to start your collaborative journey with our Workwalls