Co-Working Office VS Traditional Office
End Date 30-Nov--0001
This is based off of the idea that people like to be around each other and work in a Collaborative atmosphere that is exciting and friendly.
A shared office where like-minded people from many backgrounds and corporations come together to work. It is a new concept that is gaining traction globally. Here I am going to explain about the difference in a Coworking office and a Traditional Office.
1. In a coworking office, you don’t have to be alone; in a traditional office, you are alone.
Most of the coworking offices offer isolated areas, where you can work in concentration only if it is a requirement, however you don’t have to be alone as you would be in a traditional office. Humans are social and just being around other people increases quality of life & work. Additionally, most such spaces host events and meetings on how to grow a business.
2. In a coworking office, there are opportunities for spontaneous collaboration; in a traditional office, collaboration comes only from happenstances.
The loveliness of this work to have occasions to work together. Knowledge, experience, and connections can be shared simply through the day-to-day exchanges.
3. In a coworking office, we can work with shared resources; in a traditional office, you must personally invest in all the resources you need.
Coworking offices come fully loaded with furniture, Tea/Coffee, High Speed internet, Printing/Scan Copy. This serves you as a Plug and play office.
4. In a coworking office, the pass is issued towards your own affordability; in a traditional office, the lease agreements are issued toward property owner profit.
Coworking memberships are on average, around 40% of the cost of leasing an office. Plus these offices don’t require 1-3 year lease agreements that many traditional office spaces enter into, there is a less risk involved in the capital expenditure which is needed to transfer into to a coworking office instead of a traditional office.
5. In a coworking office, it is obvious to be productive; in a traditional office, you are forced to be Productive
There’s this interesting phenomenon coworking appears to have exposed: social pressure. You are being encircled by people who are working relatively hard, staying motivated /focused, and make things happening. It can be hard to stay committed when alone to break you out from browsing Facebook.
While there are many more differences between the two, above I have mentioned a few points that show about how curious people would be in working with a coworking office, we encourage you to try one out for a day to see how you like it!