Many Kitchener businesses pride themselves on having what is referred to as an “open door” policy. Essentially, this means that anyone, at any time, can feel free to chat with his or her manager. Open door policies are helpful to companies, because they improve the communication that happens between employees at different hierarchical levels, between departments and between vertical silos. Ironically, today’s modern companies often have no doors, per se, because they’ve moved to more of an open concept design. Nevertheless, they can benefit from contemporary office interiors if they want to truly offer the feeling of an open door organization.
Which Contemporary Office Interiors Are Best Suited for Businesses With Open Door Policies?
Let’s start by considering the type of business that has an open door policy. It’s going to be transparent and flexible. It’s also going to be committed to progress, rather than maintenance of the status quo. Given these facts, we can start to develop an idea of which contemporary office interiors will be best suited to achieve these characteristics:
The era of the open door policy is still continuing at full strength, and there’s no telling if it will ever slow down. For Kitchener businesses that are serious about competing in a very complex, high-paced market, fostering an open door policy through words, actions and interiors is essential to building revenue.
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