Category: Business
Life’s Short… for F**ks sake do what makes you happy!
Our vision, mission and values were a few lines of text pulled together to complete the HR manual… I knew how important they were to framing the context of what we do and how we do it, but as a start up with a few grand visions, I just didn’t have the clarity to pin point it.  2.5 years on, the business has grown and those few dot points no longer align with our strategic direction, nor do they give clarity to our growing team on WHY we are here.

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Your business is Growing… Now what? Part 1 | People

You’re busting at the seams, and you need to look for a new office space to house your growing business. As you’ve grown, you may have found your business model has evolved and your strategy is more focused.   The location you’ve been calling home just doesn’t fulfill all the needs of your vision, you not only need to move offices, you need a change of scenery. Continue Reading ->


How to create an Active Workplace

Have you ever wondered what sitting all day at work is doing to your body?  Journalist Angela Fedele speaks to Director Melissa Marsden about creating an Active Workplace…

Two workplace experts offer research and tips that prioritise employee health and productivity via active design.

Melissa Marsden, director of design firm Marsden Collective has found that her clients are taking the path of installing sit-stand workstations for three primary reasons:

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Hot Desking, ABW, Flexible Working…. not for you?

How often do you walk through your office and see empty desks? Is their stuff there? a bag? the screens on but no one to be seen?

Where are they…?  In the building? Grabbing a coffee, in a meeting, picking up their printing?  Or out of the office… Dropped in and left their stuff, and gone out to a meeting, on site, in a clients office, travelling, sick on holidays?

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The Changing Face of Identity in the Workplace

Technology has enabled workplaces to redesign how they accommodate their workforce and in many cases this has begun to evolve into concepts that have been given a range of terms; activity based working, real time working, free range working, agile working… essentially meaning that some of us no longer have our own desk that we show up to and sit at every day; that there is a range of options available to us dependent on the tasks at hand, and we choose where we want to sit based on how we need to work.

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