The Pathway To Productive People

To help businesses with their transformation process, we have developed:

The Pathway to Productive People – a guide for those taking the first steps into workstyle innovation and looking to achieve the optimal office where people, workplace, process & technology are nicely balanced.

Whilst there is much to consider, and the ultimate execution may seem daunting and complex, it doesn’t have to be.

Here is a set of instructional papers outlining the process for you to follow:

This paper challenges the precept of ‘stability for profit’ in business – it shows examples of organisations who disrupted through a greater understanding of people and their evolving needs. Bravery also explores the issues of culture and trust and provide clear, direct questions that leaders today should be asking. It will take you through a journey of the first 30 days of innovation and change.


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Aimed at honing the skills of an organisation, realising the optimal office, refining processes through updated technology, this paper will draw a comparison between the KonMari craze for minimalist, functional and relaxing leisure space and layouts that can transform our productivity at work. The paper will cover the next period of transformation and will focus on the necessity for clear communication throughout.

Beginning to notice change can be almost instantaneous – from adapting a culture and seeing a boost in productivity or witnessing a slower but serious return, the impact is tangible. This paper will illustrate the equivalent granular values gained behind specific actions i.e. could you save on the cost of a new server through a restructure of the workspace? Could culture change save you the cost of an employee’s salary? It will also review the nature of wellbeing (financial, physical, mental and working) in a post ‘workstyle innovation’ landscape.


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The path to new-found performance and productivity lies in bespoke workstyles designed around people and the way they work.

Phil Keoghan, CEO, Ricoh UK