This set has a high profile, shows values and personality. Where the threads come together, that’s the place for management. Be equipped for success.
Communication, coordination, representation – all in one
Assume leadership responsibility, take business decisions, promote expertise – the management office is a central space where a variety of changing tasks are in motion. The focus is on communication – with colleagues on the board, in employee meetings, with business partners and customers. Privacy, discretion and confidentiality at the highest levels require an ambience of style and clarity.
The desk is sometimes a meeting table. The accessory furniture highlights the manager’s status. The chosen design language is less a backdrop than an unequivocal statement of corporate values and leadership philosophy. This is the source.
Leaders today manage their employees' creative potential. The focus is on coordination, teamwork, communication and representation.
Decision-taking processes need participants. And a space.
The discussion has gone on for hours. The topic is complex enough. One table, four laptops, numerous documents and an intense discussion. The hierarchy is only indirectly discernable – everyone is pulling in the same yoke here. Although the final decisions are taken later alone, this is really only pro forma. The foundation for the chosen path was built in the previous discussion. The room’s ambience is both stylish and inspirational, and there are no limits imposed on thinking. Every idea is permitted. This is good for the project. When the CEO is underway for the next two days, nothing will change in terms of spatial continuity. The core team will continue to work here. He’ll join them again in a couple of days.
When the manager is not there his office can also be used as a conference room.