Four Principles, the Middle Eastern leading Lean Management Experts has upgraded its offices into a collaborative working environment that is tailor-made to fit the employees’ Lean mindset. Founded in 2010 by managing partners Seif Shieshakly and Patrick Wiebusch, Four Principles was created to bring the Japanese philosophy of Kaizen to a new and wider audience in a way that made it more accessible and more easily implemented than had been done before. With its philosophy, the Lean company culture, has achieved and created a more accessible and memorable structure that is transforming functions and sectors across every service and industry.
Within the last year, as Four Principles saw itself growing, the decision was clear to undertake a further expand and upgrade of its office zone giving a new visual of internal space to its customers and a lean working environment to their employees. The entire space was projected by Italian design-house DPM Interior Design, and led by Associate Design Director Mattia Michelon, who told us “Four Principles Dubai offices’ new design applies space flexibility and a collaborative working environment that is tailor-made to fit the employees’ Lean mindset. The high-end paint on the walls is writable, the desks are portable, the greenery is self-sufficient and the open space encourages an efficient team work environment which eliminates time waste and increases productivity.”
In addition, the environment has been integrated with details that reflect the company’s philosophy, as well as creating stylish small, medium and large conference meeting rooms, fully soundproofed. The tailor made new open office space is flexible, encouraging collaboration and easy communication, enhancing efficient work and reducing time waste.