GET A COMMON SENSE
WORKPLACE

Employees do their best work when they feel comfortable and engaged at their workplace.

 

To achieve a great workplace, leaders must understand the needs of their employees and make it possible for them to choose their preferred space.

 

The Common Sense workplace is, therefore, activity-based and continuously adapts to the organization and responds to user needs.

 

The WISE recommendations are based on insights from your employees, combined with data from all the other Common Sense Partners.

INVESTING IN YOUR WORKPLACE

PAYS OFF

90% of a typical, knowledge based company’s costs are spend on the employees.

 

Only 10% are spend on the workplace. The learnings from the lockdown offer a possibility to optimize and cut significantly in the size of the office by letting people work from home.

Common Sense empowers the employees to voice their preferences and offers a possibility to tailor the workplace to your organization and employees.

 

Find the right balance between freedom of work and the need for interaction.

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REDUCE COSTS AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT

30-40% of a typical office is unused during the day.

 

Sharing facilities and activating unused space in the Common Sense workplace reduces the rental costs and environmental impact of your company.

BUILD WHAT IS USEFUL

The value created by a building is generated
during operations.


Traditionally, buildings are programmed and
designed based on assumptions of their future
use. Most often, little is known about how the
building actually performs and how value is
created for its users and owners.


Common Sense is a service that offers an
insight into the secret life of your building
and gives recommendations for how to adapt
architecture, interior and operations to the
actual use to reduce costs and improve health
and performance for people using it.


Common Sense is the foundation of “architecture
as service”, focused on how your building
supports the life of its users. It is a guide to better
usage and investments based on knowledge.