Insights

20.08.2021

SIGNAL in the news

In the newest edition of Danske Kommuner, which is the largest professional magazine in the public sector in Denmark, you can find an article by our Chief Consultant, Morten Fisker and Analyst, Anne Bennike Jacobsen on the newest data when it comes to linking working from home and productivity.

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20.08.2021

New head of Signal, Janus Rostock

Janus Rostock is an award-winning Architect and Business Leader, who has led and delivered multiple high-profile projects across several continents, over the last +25 years. The past 10 years he has been working in the Middle East – most recently as Vice President, Practice Lead, Urbanism + Planning...

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14.04.2021

Several news

Gitte will share insights and perspectives on how to drive both building physical-, economic- and social sustainability at the workplace, to deliver on the overall KPIs: attracting and retaining the right people, while keeping the right people productive. Gitte will also deep dive into the toolbox f...

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07.04.2021

The people-centric approach: flexibility

Did you know that app. 45% of employees, with a positive attitude towards working from home, mention flexibility as a key benefit?

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02.02.2021

People centric: communication & behaviour

Did you know… that 75% of employees mention that they experience a lack of social interaction, when being away from the office for a longer period of time?

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15.01.2021

Health data monitoring & workplace experiences

Did you know…​ that less than 40% of millennials are willing to share personal health data with their employer?​

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05.01.2021

Service experiences of tomorrow

Did you know… that 50% of millennials believe that the right experiences and services at the workplace are important prerequisites for feeling proud of one’s organisation?​

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17.12.2020

Developing a cobot to clean our canteens

SIGNAL will embark on a three-year research project to develop robot solutions that supports facility management and cleaning personnel. Known as Facility Cobot, this interdisciplinary initiative is in partnership with Enabled Robotics, the Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Institute at University of Southern ...

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27.08.2020

3 ways of working at the future workplace

Did you know… That enabling employees to work from where and when they want, will increase productivity by app. 4% and lead to around 4% reduction in hiring costs?

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20.08.2020

Purpose, attractiveness & productivity

Did you know… That 50% of top executives believe that their biggest challenge is to create meaningful tasks with high commitment and job fit?

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06.08.2020

Innovation is key to stay ahead in business

Did you know… That 94% of companies believe it is essential for them to create the future organisation, but only 56% have a plan for how to do it?

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20.07.2020

Meet the millenials

DID YOU KNOW… That 67% of millennials consider courses and lectures to be an important benefit, that should be provided by the employer?

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14.07.2020

Welcome to the people-centric agenda

With a continuous focus on achieving potentials from cost reduction, many organisations will adopt a new indirect and long term approach to secure long lasting value in the future workplace.

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07.07.2020

Cost is still a focus

When creating future workplaces after COVID-19, organisations will maintain a strong focus on reducing costs and increasing efficiency, seeking out possibilities to develop smarter, more sustainable and viable solutions for the future workplace.

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16.06.2020

The point of an office!

Reconsidering the purpose and the role of the physical workplace is key to create viable and future proof work environments, on the back of COVID-19.

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09.06.2020

A new role for leadership

With a strong people-centric approach to leadership surfacing on the C-level agenda today, a growing attention to what makes people productive will become an important management perspective when creating the future workplace after COVID-19.

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02.06.2020

Productive workplaces after covid-19

Creating solutions to increase productivity on the back of COVID-19, is an important step when presenting viable, resilient and fun solutions for the future workplace.

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28.05.2020

Technology as an enabler for better workplaces

Using technology to create better, safer and more connected ways of working on the back of COVID-19, is an important step when presenting viable, resilient and fun solutions for the future workplace.

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26.05.2020

Curated service experiences

Providing great customised service experiences on the back of COVID-19, is an important step when presenting viable, resilient and fun solutions for the future workplace.

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19.05.2020

Flexible workplaces after covid-19

Creating flexible solutions to ensure collaboration, connectivity and productivity on the back of COVID-19, is an important step when presenting viable, resilient and fun solutions for the future workplace.

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14.05.2020

Sustainable workplaces after covid-19

Designing workplaces that promote both financial, building physical and social sustainability on the back of COVID-19, is an important step when presenting viable, resilient and fun solutions for the future workplace.

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12.05.2020

Healthier workplaces after covid-19

Creating healthy workplaces to support productivity and well-being while reducing stress on the back of COVID-19, is an important step when presenting viable, resilient and fun solutions for the future workplace.

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07.05.2020

Better, healthier, sustainable & fun workplaces

A robust building strategy that consider the maximum capacity of people in the building and new ways of working, technology to support productivity, the workplace as a place for collaboration and social interaction, remote work that supports productivity, collaboration and well-being, great employee...

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24.04.2020

Safe, resilient & productive workplaces

Work as we know it is changing. In a matter of weeks, companies worldwide have faced many new and unfamiliar challenges requiring them to rethink current ways of working, and redesign workplaces to promote new and safe behaviours.

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21.04.2020

Reassess building portfolios

Looking across building portfolios, companies will need to reconsider if they need all this space in the future. For some organisations, an unfortunate result of COVID-19 has been to reduce the number of employees. Companies will now need to revise proposals for new buildings and determine, whether ...

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16.04.2020

The biggest eco-experiment ever seen?

Incorporate digital learnings from our home office exile into the new workplace and integrate these with the adjustments that our workplaces will undergo. Offering new ways of remote collaboration will minimise crowded workspaces, provide flexibility and attract people from a larger geographical are...

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13.04.2020

New ways of interacting

There are many questions and uncertainties that need to be addressed before returning to the workplace – but also many solutions ready to be implemented. At SIGNAL, we help clients bring employees back to work happy and safe, by service revise of the current workspace.

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09.04.2020

3 tips for remote work

Gitte Andersen, Global Head of Workplace Management & Design at ISS/SIGNAL offers 3 tips for remote working during COVID-19.

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09.04.2020

The meeting room of tomorrow

There are many questions and uncertainties that need to be addressed before returning to the workplace – but also many solutions ready to be implemented. At SIGNAL, we help clients bring employees back to work happy and safe, by service revise of the current workspace.

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05.08.2019

Børsen interview with Gitte Andersen

Danish media “Børsen” recently published an interview with Gitte Andersen, Global Head of Workplace Management & Design at SIGNAL & Head of SIGNAL UK, on the importance and outcomes of focusing on the right experience -and workplace design in large global organisations.

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07.02.2019

Gitte Andersen on co-working in corenet report

In the recently published CoreNet Global Report ‘What’s next for co-working?’ Gitte Andersen, Global Head of Workplace Management & Design in SIGNAL & Head of SIGNAL UK, explains how large organisations turn to co-working as a way to drive innovation, by facilitating idea generation and pretotyping ...

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01.02.2019

Article on innovation and space on lederne.dk

If you ask top management in 10,000 different companies, spread across 140 countries, 94 percent say that it’s essential for them to create the organization of the future. But only 56 percent say they’re ready to do it!

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24.08.2018

Interview: the workplace – in the midst of a paradigm shift

This week, Gitte Andersen, Global Head of Workplace Management & Design, SIGNAL Group, and Head of SIGNAL UK, gave an interview to the property group Newsec. The interview is about the workplace that’s in the midst of a paradigm shift. The interview was brought in a property supplement in the Danish...

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19.03.2018

The future of space management

We have collected occupancy data for 17 years and on average we can see that a knowledge worker only occupies a workspace between 30-55 percent. That could impact FM costs directly because then you can optimize space — there are lots of empty square metres in most offices. That’s one thing that has ...

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09.11.2017

4 workplaces trends driving change in the office

What trends can we expect to drive change in the office now and in the future? We asked Gitte Andersen, our Global Head of Workspace Management & Design at SIGNAL. Here is a highlight of her thoughts on the emerging trends that will drive change in the office.

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06.06.2017

Interview: workplace design is more important than salary

I den nyeste udgave af Skanska Magazine fortæller Gitte Andersen, Global Head of workspace & design, om godt kontordesign. Interviewet handler blandt andet om medarbejdernes og virksomhedens krav til kontordesign, og hvordan man kan hæve barren og se fremad.

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14.02.2022

Ny direktør til Signal benchmark

Som et næste skridt i udviklingen af SIGNAL Benchmark, der i dag udgør den største samling af nøgletal og data om sammenhængen mellem rum og adfærd i Danmark, tiltræder Kadir Ünver som Director of SIGNAL Benchmark den 3. september 2018.

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01.09.2019

Connect space with people – data as the enabler

What’s the value of deliberately and strategically working with workspaces? And how can the workspace be used as a tool to drive better performance? Check out our infographic.

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12.12.2018

Collaboration, communication and innovation

How to design a space where people can collaborate, communicate and innovate Collaboration makes up one of the most important value-adding activities in the workplace today. Yet companies continue to struggle with developing workspaces that support this value-added interaction.

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06.02.2018

How to lower resistance to change

Human beings are creatures of habit. Habits are behavioural patterns that are repeated almost indefinitely. In the workplace, our habits manifest in the ways we use space, talk to colleagues and how we work.

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03.01.2018

Drive behavioural change in the office

Have you ever thought of workspace as something that can help you drive behavioural change, enhance employee productivity and foster proactiveness? Well – it can.

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