New workstyles, lower costs: NIH metrics on change management results

Director, Office of Workplace Solutions

To get maximum operating efficiencies, productivity, and cost reduction benefits from new space plans, a National Institutes of Health (NIH) research institute has committed to a quick-adaptable, ongoing change process to support organic evolution of the workplace.   By application of reusable workspace components, engagement with staff, and decision frameworks to assist with prioritization of resources, Judy Quasney profiles space change initiatives that lower occupancy costs, create a culture of change acceptance and respond to shifting staff demographics by offering new ways of working.  She also delivers findings on how a LEED Gold facility has benefitted the working environment which may not be so obvious.

Thursday, November 7, 2019 - 9:55am-10:20am
Continuing Education