ABOUT THIS COURSE
Workplace strategy report needs to have structure and be engaging to read, but not everything can be shown in drawings and not everything can be written in words.
If the Workplace Strategy team is part of a Design/Architectural firm then they may include in their Report the next steps in travelling through the Design Process. If the Workplace Strategist is from a non design background, for example, is a Change Manager, HR Manager, Project Manager, then there would be a natural end at the beginning of the Flight Plan stopping at Discovery and Defining whereas the Design team would take the Flight Plan the total way across to Seeking Direction to test fit the preferred site, Explore Design, and Implement and Deliver the Design.
The last step in the Flight Plan is the Workplace Activation which the Change Manager would pick up perhaps up to 12 months or more later than this initial work that forms the Workplace Strategy Report.
As you can see, this can be an extensive and detailed process when working with your client to achieve the workplace transformation they require, whereas most perspectives are that it all happens when the organization relocates!
In this course, you will gain an understanding of the challenges for the Workplace Strategist to deliver an engaging Workplace Strategy Report.
TOPICS COVERED IN THIS COURSE
- What Sections make it into the Report
- Executive Summary
- Providing a Strong Introduction in the Report
- Discovery and Analysis
- Project Objectives and Workplace Enablers
- Occupancy Strategy
- Flight Plan and Design Development Plan
- The Design Sections Introduced
- Certificates and Warranties
- General Maintenance Notes
- Technical Specifications
- Manufacturers’ Literature
- As-Installed Drawings
Approximately 20 Minutes