Transform your workplace into a Hybrid Office in just 4 Steps

Transform your workplace into a Hybrid Office in just 4 Steps

A Structured Approach to
Workplace Design

IDENTIFY A
COMMON VISION

1
Understand the challenges and needs of your organisation. Engage with your key stakeholders including leaders, middle managers, and employees.

HUMAN-CENTRIC DESIGN

2
We co-create a workspace that facilitates focus, collaboration, wellness and social interaction in response to the project’s vision and design principles.

PILOT: TEST,
EXPERIMENT AND REFINE

3
A test-space is set up to facilitate immersive working, trial workstyles and test hypotheses. This determines success areas and identifies gaps for improvement before implementation.

IMPLEMENT YOUR HYBRID OFFICE

4
We apply all learnings to final designs, technological, functional and operational requirements for implementation. This stage also includes preparing employees for their new way of working.

Redefining the office based on
workstyle and choice

We believe in empowering organizations to
find their right hybrid model. Our approach begins with charting the vision for the business, understanding employee needs and then encourage new behaviours promoting effective team culture.

Data Driven Design Solutions

Leveraging empirical insights and survey findings, to develop informed solutions unique to each company’s culture and workstyles.

Early Stakeholder Engagement

Engaging employees early in the process contributes to greater buy-in, allows for early adaptation to on-ground needs and greater sense of ownership over change.

INTERCHANGE
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INTERCHANGE
Connectivity Is the main draw factor of the Interchange. It encourages people to socialise or interact when being in the office while empowering employees to work remotely.
Hub
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Hub
The vibrant headquarters of the company. The Hub provides a good balance of spaces supporting a variety of work styles with a focus on nurturing relationships between coworkers
Forum
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Forum
Designed to encourage solutioning, the Forum provides opportunities for teams and individuals to innovate, problem-solve, ideate, and share feedback.
Cabin
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Cabin
A quiet conducive environment for employees engaged in highly-individualised work. The Cabin includes ample enclosed spaces to safeguard confidentiality and limit distractions
4-STEP WORKPLACE
TRANSFORMATION GUIDE
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Frequently Asked Questions

It is a model that rethinks the role of the physical workplace and embraces the benefits of having a mix of office and home-based working.

The Hybrid Office is a flexible workplace designed to support an organisation in developing their unique hybrid work model. It strives to provide employees with an equal experience in terms of technology, company culture, and connectivity - should they choose to work remotely or in the office. 

It should ideally encompass a good variety of work settings - meeting rooms, collaboration spaces, and desks with relevant technology incorporated.

It begins with an understanding of your organisation’s vision and business objectives. You must determine the direction of your transformation, then engage with key stakeholders such as leaders, management  and employees. These insights will aid you in discovering the key attributes your hybrid office must have.

To kickstart your journey, Paperspace’s 4-Step Hybrid Office Guide provides you with a step-by-step process, carefully designed based on our research, on how to properly transform into a Hybrid office.

As with all work models, Hybrid Work too comes with its fair share of challenges. With only a certain percentage of teams in the office at any point of time, organisation have experienced inefficient communication, digital friction, compromised connectedness and cohesion between co-workers. These organisation find themselves having to take deliberate steps to overcome these challenges. This includes adopting a multi-faceted approach addressing Hybrid Work through unified leadership support, behaviors, space, and policies.

Stakeholders should ideally include leaders, middle managers and employees. Project team members should include representatives from the following teams:

Facilities, and Real Estate
Technology
Human Resources
Change Management
Communications

4-STEP WORKPLACE
TRANSFORMATION GUIDE
Download

We will use the data you provide to send you the guide and add you to our newsletter. We will only send you relevant information and you can unsubscribe at any time. We will never pass your data onto any third party.

FOLLOW US

Frequently Asked Questions

It is a model that rethinks the role of the physical workplace and embraces the benefits of having a mix of office and home-based working.

The Hybrid Office is a flexible workplace designed to support an organisation in developing their unique hybrid work model. It strives to provide employees with an equal experience in terms of technology, company culture, and connectivity - should they choose to work remotely or in the office. 

It should ideally encompass a good variety of work settings - meeting rooms, collaboration spaces, and desks with relevant technology incorporated.

It begins with an understanding of your organisation’s vision and business objectives. You must determine the direction of your transformation, then engage with key stakeholders such as leaders, management  and employees. These insights will aid you in discovering the key attributes your hybrid office must have. To kickstart your journey, Paperspace’s 4-Step Hybrid Office Guide provides you with a step-by-step process, carefully designed based on our research, on how to properly transform into a Hybrid office.

As with all work models, Hybrid Work too comes with its fair share of challenges. With only a certain percentage of teams in the office at any point of time, organisation have experienced inefficient communication, digital friction, compromised connectedness and cohesion between co-workers. These organisation find themselves having to take deliberate steps to overcome these challenges. This includes adopting a multi-faceted approach addressing Hybrid Work through unified leadership support, behaviors, space, and policies.

Stakeholders should ideally include leaders, middle managers and employees. Project team members should include representatives from the following teams:

Facilities, and Real Estate
Technology
Human Resources
Change Management
Communications

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With the vision of empowering people to experience their best work-life through the hybrid office,
Paperspace is a collective of experienced strategists, designers, and change activists based in India, Singapore, Bangkok and Manila.

We work with Leaders and Employees to understand physical, behaviour and culture change required to transition into new ways of
working, define oppurtunities to empower business performance of the future and create impactful spaces for people.