Increased Performance Results from Strengthening the Connections Between A Company's People, Place, Process and Technology, According to Workplace Expert Jenne Rayburn

Regardless of industry or size, the first step toward competitive advantage is achieved when an organization’s values are translated into a series of strategic visions, an approach to workplace interior design called Workplace Strategy that can help organizations address growth and recruiting challenges in the new economy.

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Designer Jenne Rayburn

Designer Jenne Rayburn

Jenne Rayburn, IIDA, brings a thoughtful design approach and new insight into the best possible strategies for effective workplaces.

Malden, MA (PRWEB) March 30, 2013

The workplace can be viewed as a strategic tool that, when evaluated in light of an organization’s core components, business strategy, people, work processes, structure and technology, has the potential to dramatically enable and improve organizational performance.

"Workplace design strategy is an approach to design that supports the company's business model, and results in a work environment that uniquely addresses the work and history of the organization," says Rayburn. "This early investment in a project increases the likelihood that you will create a working environment that will support a broad spectrum of business objectives and operating requirements."

The process includes analysis and development of a master plan that looks at how the work environments function operationally, both departmentally and organizationally, and the development of a strategy for long-term occupancy needs and strategic resources that addresses the facilitation of an enhanced work experience.

Through a collaborative team partnership, the intent is to create a strategy and plan that is actionable and practical, while looking to the future. As a result the workplace interior design becomes a positive force in the overall success of the business.

For information on Interior Design Services and Workplace Strategy Services, please contact Jenne Rayburn at jenne(at)jennerayburn(dot)com.

About Jenne Rayburn:

Jenne Rayburn is a practicing interior designer with a focus on the design of corporate interiors that integrate innovative design with business strategy. An authority on workplace design, Jenne brings 18 years of knowledge on workplace research, benchmarking, and trends to create real-world solutions for the dynamic challenges of evolving and improving brand identity, functionality and flexibility, collaboration and sustainability.

Jenne Rayburn Design
P.O. Box 532
Malden, MA 02148
617-293-5033

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