“The museum regularly has projects”, says Zegers. “Employees should be able to sit together for a couple of months. That’s why we provide project places where a group of people can work together”, says Zegers.
“We’re doing away with a large meeting room for that purpose. But if it’s not being used, you can still use it for meetings. In that case, FlexWhere’s flexibility is very handy.”
Screens in meeting rooms allow you to override no-shows
Zegers also wants availability screens outside the meeting rooms. “When we started with FlexWhere, we didn’t think we would need them. Now we see that meeting rooms are often booked but not freed up if the meeting doesn’t go ahead. The screens allow people to override an unused booking. Although, of course, we also have to work on awareness.”
“Agile working requires a culture change”, says Zegers. “You can’t do that without FlexWhere.”