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George Didoiu, Colliers: The trend in office development is going towards an area where people are encouraged to interact

The co-working spaces are already present and gaining grounds. The classical close-doors offices will be rare and a strong trend is to include features now present in the hospitality area in the company offices.

2018-06-25 15:24:52

In the future office space, the people will be charmed through all amnesties to feel more and more the need to connect to each other. As George Didoiu, Associate Director at Colliers says, in that kind of office, someone should instantly need to feel like interact with other. As a paradox, more and more tech savvy jobs will address solitude activities, as data analyst for example, so that, the office of the future will try to balance this with open spaces and interactive spaces, where people work separately but in the same time, together. The trend is not new, the co-working spaces that started to emerge in all the business areas of large cities in Romania do just like this, bringing together people from different departments and even businesses and facilitate an open environment for them to charm them into collaborating, interacting and exchanging knowledge. "The office market in Romania is not really a pioneer in this area, it has always followed the international trend. The large investments in the office areas especially address the companies operating in IT and technology zone, because here it is where we see the largest turnover regarding the human resources," said George Didoiu.

George Didoiu, Associate Director, Colliers: "The trend is going towards an area where people are encouraged to interact. The feel-like-home office started to emerge in the expectations of clients and the deliverables of developers."

The Colliers manager stated that the office of the future will no longer look like an actual office. "The trend is going towards an area where people are encouraged to interact. The feel-like-home office started to emerge in the expectations of clients and the deliverables of developers. More and more companies are looking to office solutions to integrate that kind of area, the relaxing zone with all kind of facilities, with the actual work area.

The statements have been uttered within Outsourcing Today's second edition of OT Learning & Development. This special event which exclusively focuses on maybe one of the most important aspects of the working ecosystem – the learning and development - was organized on June 7th at InterContinental Hotel Bucharest.

The event organized as roundtable brought together the business services professionals to discuss and discover new tools and programs designed to assist businesses in supporting employee development and was organized with the support of: Gold Partners Wipro, Portland Trust, Expo Business Park, Colliers, with the support of ABSL, ANIS, ClujIT.

The discussions during this roundtable have been sustained by a strong panel lineup, with the event's moderator Andrei Romanescu, CEO of VEEAM, along with Teodora Todoran, Head, Training Function – Europe, Wipro Limited, Francine Rosca, Global Head of Employee Learning Experience, HP, Marius Istudora, Marketing Manager, Portland Trust, George Didoiu, Associate Director, Colliers, Daniel Adumitrachioaiei, HRD, CapGemini.

During the event, the topics in the agenda aimed at focusing on the exchange knowledge of relevant trends and research results as well as the presentation of practical experiences gained while developing, designing and testing elements of advanced corporate learning. As we have witnessed in the past years, technology started to emerge in all the aspects of a profession and jo title. The technology also created a plenty of jobs around, especially tech jobs, with titles like app developer, social media director and Uber driver among the ones that didn't exist a decade ago. And the work landscape will continue to evolve, bringing us positions in the next two decades that we can barely imagine now. In this light, the panelists that holds managerial and business leading positions within the companies operating in outsourcing industry as well as in related stakeholder businesses, touched this subject referring to the challenges they trigger on the local scene.


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