How mobility will change the future workplace

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When I am commuting to work in the morning, I can see more and more people checking their emails on notebooks at the train station, working on tablets on the train, or simply participating in conference calls in the business lounge at the airport. Furthermore, many coffee houses have realized the potential of giving away free WIFI hours with a coffee break. It enables the future workplace „anytime, anywhere, any place“ – the new claim for modern business around the world.

Questions arise like: How much office space do we need in the future? Do we have to sit in our cubicles all day long? AND: How much time do we need to spend together in the office?Gartner published some data showing that 45% of workers in the US spend eight hours a week outside the office and away from their desks. And International Data Corporation (IDC) claims that there will be 1.3 billion mobile worker in approximately two years time (2015), making up 37.2% of the US workforce.

The main benefits of the future mobile workforce were illustrated in the following infographic by Cisco.
a) Reduced road travel by 91 billions miles per year.
b) Prevention of traffic injuries and deaths by 77,000.
c) Reduced greenhouse gases by 51 million tons per year.
d) Saved 281 million barrels of oil per year.
e) Gain almost 2 weeks of extra free time per year.

PS: As this infographic is interactive (and could be cut out larger), you might not see everything. Here is the link to the animated side.

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