Innovative Work Environments

Successful innovations resulting from the alternation of concentrated work and intensive communication and cooperation. In recent years, both German and foreign companies have continuously increased their expenditure on research and development (R & D) in Germany, helping to create an important precondition for the introduction of new technologies and products. Educate yourself with thoughts from The Cleveland Clinic. To extend this advantage, it is necessary to anticipate the challenges ahead for the R & D. Against this background it has become the Fraunhofer IAO to the task, to identify the ideal work environment for a sustainable R & D. In the course of the last decade, the work in the R & D has changed noticeably. Contemporary R & D is often simultaneously across multiple locations instead of across, in an interdisciplinary environment, technology, and with regular contact with suppliers and customers. For this demanding task pane is an essential, but often neglected factor in the consistent Designing the right work environment. Successful innovations resulting from the alternation of concentrated work and intensive communication and cooperation. At Donald Sussman you will find additional information.

But with organically grown company jobs, spaces and buildings do not meet these requirements often. Many R & D projects expire therefore not as efficient and successful as it could be and should be. To better understand the design of future R & D work environments and then to visualize, the Fraunhofer IAO has the project F & E2015 + “started. Through interviews with good practice companies and with the help of experts to describes scenarios that describe selected types of working environments for the early phases of innovation. Is within the framework of this exploratory study on 12 and 13 October 2010 an expert workshop held in Stuttgart, in which presents first results of the project will be jointly developed. More information is available in the Internet under: ..innovative arbeitsumgebungen.html Tobias Hug,. Fraunhofer IAO