With its office in Arlington, Accenture wanted to reflect what it was consistently hearing from 20-something workers. The result is a space with a heavy emphasis on flexibility, mobility and connectivity.
Aug. 28, 2013 One of the key features of Accenture's office setup is its seating arrangement, which is known as "hoteling." This means that staffers don't have a designated work space; they simply reserve one on days when they plan to come to the office. The work spaces come in a variety of formats, but most are geared toward collaboration, like this one. Here, Paul Taylor, Maaheen Asif, Cindy Chau and Christian Wong use technology that enables them to hook up their laptops and display their screens on a larger monitor that the group can easily see. Jeffrey MacMillan/For The Washington Post Buy Photo