Saturday, August 22, 2009

The Home Office Furniture, How To Organize It?

It would be cool to have every imaginable piece of office
furniture in an office. However, this is not only
impractical, it is also impossible.

The secret behind well-organized offices (at least in terms
of the furniture it owns) lies not on the variety of
furniture they have but on how well they place each
available piece on the office space.

Organizing the office furniture begins with the familiarity
of the office’s floor plan. Being armed with that knowledge
helps a lot when deciding the right size and amount of
furniture to procure.

Another thing is that the office should know very well what
work needs to be done there. It is also the key to buying
the right kind of furniture.

For example, there is no need to buy a full-sized desk when
all that an employee would do on it is to receive phone
calls. This also saves time in narrowing down the choices
for the right furniture.

The future should also be taken into account when buying
office furniture. Will there be enough space to accommodate
additional furniture in the future?

Knowing this helps prevent headaches in organizing things
at a later time.

Finally, the choice of a portable or fixed furniture should
be considered. Choosing the former makes things easy to
move around when they have to be reorganized.

This is kind of set up is good for cubicles. The latter, on
the other hand, is ideal for executive offices where not a
lot of restructuring usually happens.

Please leave your comments.

Dan and Deanna "Marketing Unscrambled"


Believe Achieve - Hugo and Roxanne said...

Hi Dan and Deanna,

Great video on Organization! Love the idea of using colored folders to organize bills and other papers. It will definitely save time and plenty of clutter.

Thanks for sharing the tips. :-)

Many Blessings....

Roxanne and Hugo
Believe Achieve

Marketing Unscrambled, learn to earn 14 said...

Hello Hugo and Roxanne,

It is good to be organized then you do not have to hunt for things, that wastes time. The colorful folders are pretty as well as helpful. It is good to keep the clutter out of out work area. Thank you for the comments and your visit. Have a good day.

Dan and Deanna "Marketing Unscrambled"