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Our services support organizations to create more than just beautiful offices. Our strength rests in our knowledge of human behavior and work environment, based on which we address issues of office design and working methods. Thanks to our knowledge base, experience, methods and tools, we develop workplace strategies and lead projects and changes so that your work environment works over time. By involving us in your project, you ensure that employees are involved in the process while the speed of the project can be maintained or accelerated. In addition to directly supporting organizations, we are involved in projects through property owners, architectural firms and real estate consulting companies.


What is your workplace strategy?

A well-thought-out workplace strategy supports the goals of the business by facilitating and triggering desirable behaviors among employees. The strategy should be based on the actual conditions that the organization has, be detailed and concrete. The workplace strategy interweaves the organizational and social work environment with the digital and physical workplace.

The strategies that we develop contains usually the following parts:


Right-sizing office space

One of the cornerstones of making an office work well is that it is properly dimensioned so that it can handle common peaks regarding occupancy.


Diversify correctly

Modern offices contain a diversified workspace. Successful diversification means that the types of areas developed and their share are in relation to the employees’ activities.


Guidance on working methods - One size fits none!

An organization consists of different parts that may have different or the same needs. A well-thought-out workplace strategy needs to identify differences and address the needs.


Relationship analysis

Properly designed, the transition to a flexible way of working can mean a strengthened collaboration within the organization. The workplace strategy should realize this opportunity while maintaining existing good collaborations.


Policy and leadership

A well-thought-out physical office design only comes into its own when the physical design complies with the business’s control system. The workplace strategy should show which structures can be strengthened and inhibit desirable behaviors.


Digital workplace

The physical and organizational and social work environment is dependent on the digital work environment. The workplace strategy should provide guidance on how the digital infrastructure should be provided to enable flexibility.

Generate insights of data

Collecting relevant and reliable data is crucial so as not to be misled by simple generalizations or misconceptions about how the different parts of the business work, both together or separately. Data collection is also a good method for creating participation and commitment in the development of workplace strategies. Over the years, we have created a selection of tools and methods that we have constantly developed and refined. Our methods are based on a scientific basis – either inspired by relevant research or through statistical analyzes when it comes to our survey modules. Our tools and our approach are proven, which gives us a secure charter in the process while we know when deviations need to be made from how we usually go about adapting to our customers’ special conditions and needs. Our approach means that in 1-2 months we can develop and anchor a workplace strategy for an organization with approximately 200 employees that can form the basis for site adaptation or site search. Here are the key parts when we develop a workplace strategy.

Workshop with management board / Steering groups

Workplace analytics

Lectures and workshop with employees about ways of working

Focus group interviews

How it Works!


Start with why!

The analysis begins with identifying the company's vision and ambition with the upcoming change.


Present state

In order to be able to choose which path we should take forward, we map out where the organization stands today and how it works. Here we also identify the organization's challenges regarding the workplace and working methods.


Identify gaps

Given the vision and the current situation, we identify what characterizes the challenges and how they can be bridged.


Set target

Now the vision is broken down into achievable goals that take into account the conditions that the organization has regarding time for completion, financial resources and the burden on the organization in general.


Development of workplace strategy

When we know where we are going, where we stand today, how far we can reach and have support behind the goal, we can develop a strategy that is grounded in reality and implementable.


Focus on growth!

After implementation, the workplace must function so well that you can more than before focus on your core area and have better conditions to realize your assignment!


Manage your projects

It is said that the devil is in the details, something we agree on when it comes to office design and implementation of new ways of working. Seemingly small decisions can either hinder, facilitate or encourage the desired behavior.
When implementing a workplace strategy, we lead the work as a project or change leader. With our knowledge of people at the center and our focus on keeping both schedule and budget, we steer via the path that facilitates the journey for employees and takes a project from completed to successful.

The work usually involves:

  • Creation of a project organization
  • Development of budget and schedule
  • Communication and change management plan
  • Procurement of suppliers
  • Dialogue with property owners and other parties
  • Dialogue with stakeholders and employees
  • Implementation of project and change management plan

Contact us and tell us about your project and we will give you tips along the way and describe how we can support you in your project.

Brands that have trusted us

What people say

Danone chose WeOffice as a partner to implement a major change in both working methods and work environment. Aram Seddigh has skilfully handled the plethora of questions from both management team and employees that such a major change requires with a strong focus on the end goal and a positive approach.

We turned to Aram when, in connection with the pandemic, a change occurred where we needed to have more employees in the town hall than we have actual cell offices / workplaces. The initial values ​​for the work were not to rebuild, keep the cell offices and include the employees in the work despite the minimal opportunities for change of the house.

This work would be carried out in a very short time, during the pandemic with difficulties in reaching all employees through physical meetings. The situation was generally very challenging. Aram took on the task with bravura, a positive attitude, efficient and an extremely problem-solving approach made me, as a client, feel both safe and secure under his leadership. He delivered a workplace strategy that worked well in an organization where the working method from the beginning felt extremely challenging.

I want to give Aram my warmest recommendations and hope that everyone in need of changing their way of working turns to Aram to take part in his expertise.

Svekon now has Stockholm’s finest and best office. I could not have been happier. Aram guided us through the process in an exemplary manner through his professional action and in-depth knowledge as well as through effective workshops, to get the staff involved.

Aram has in an excellent way guided the company and our staff through the relocation project to a new office with new ways of working. With high competence in the field, he has been an excellent support for engaging and involving staff to review the need for the workplace and ways of working, and with clear communication skills taken us all through the mental journey in how we should work and use the new office.

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