Organizing Around Teams:

A Next Gen Office Design Case Study

Q&A with Kelly Mericle

Mericle Insights Blog | May 3, 2021

Blog Guest: Kelly Mericle, Owner of Kelly Mericle Design  Challenge: Not enough team spaces for people to collaborate Solution: A modern office layout with a variety of different types of spaces that enable employees to un-tether from their desks and work collaboratively Kevin:  Hi Kelly, thanks so much for taking the time to share your […]

5 Signs It’s Time To Right Size

Mericle Insights Blog | April 12, 2021

“Intentional Serendipity Series” from Mericle Many business leaders are being forced to question whether or not they still need as much office space as they had pre-COVID.  As we discussed in our last article – many leading firms are pursuing a hybrid model, where at least for certain company positions, the 5 day per week […]

How 10 Leading Firms are Implementing an Intentional Remote Work Strategy

Mericle Insights Blog | March 22, 2021

“Intentional Serendipity Series” from Mericle As COVID vaccinations progress in NEPA, business leaders are being confronted with the difficult decision of how much remote work flexibility should be retained as on-going policy. In our previous articles, we’ve covered some of theory on the strengths and weaknesses of remote work.  In this piece, we take that […]

Work From Home Can Kill Innovation, and What To Do About It

Mericle Insights Blog | March 15, 2021

“Intentional Serendipity Series” from Mericle You’ve probably heard the old adage that “people don’t want a quarter-inch drill, they want a quarter-inch hole.” Many of us have accepted this simple lesson as a subtle reminder to sell the benefits of our products, and not the features.  Frankly, our customers could care less about our products […]

Designing Your Workplace So That ‘Happy Accidents’ Become the Norm

Mericle Insights Blog | January 28, 2021

“Intentional Serendipity Series” from Mericle   We’re beginning to see a light at the end of the tunnel with COVID – and it’s not an oncoming train, but instead a possible ‘degree of normality’ if vaccinations can bring about our new normal by the fall 2021.