Global Pharmaceutical Healthcare Company
Our client is a global, multi-national pharmaceutical healthcare company employing ~100,000 staff in over 150 countries.
At a glance
Our client is a global, multi-national pharmaceutical healthcare company employing ~100,000 staff in over 150 countries. As an organisation operating in the healthcare eco-system, they recognise the necessity to provide optimal workplace conditions for their own staff, enabling them to thrive from both a health and performance perspective.
Owning an enormous real estate portfolio provides our client with a large operational expenditure.
As such, there is huge value to the organisation in developing facilities and real estate that is more operationally efficient and high performing.
Several questions face our client in trying to design such efficient and high-performing real estate:
Real Estate Performance
How does their current real estate perform?
What type of workplace designs are suitable for their various business units?
Employee Health & Performance
How do different workplace designs impact health & performance?
Uplift & ROI
What workplace innovations provide uplift in building and human performance and what is the return on investment?
We designed a systematic process that enables us to provide data insights that both combines (pilots) AND isolates (sprints) the surrounding environment, the employee and the various innovative technologies.
Sprint – A specific, controlled and rapid investigation into the impact of a single innovation (e.g. the impact of different light settings on cognitive performance)
Pilot – An ongoing tracking of the impact the WPH has on; employee health & performance, the environmental conditions, asset utilisation, and occupancy.
To collect data, we have identified (or developed) a plethora of devices, software and hardware that has enabled us to provide the requisite insight to our clients.
Cognitive performance applications
Environmental tracking sensors
Pulse survey tool
Too often real estate is measured only in financial terms, whereas the true measure should be the value (or not) of the employee experience and productivity it derives. ART Health Solutions helped us quantify and define this value so we in turn can make more holistic portfolio and workplace decisions.
Transition Director, Consumer Health, Worldwide Real Estate