Heikki acknowledges that it will be a challenging process. Some people have been working in the same way, on the same spot, with the same view, in the same chair for twenty years. Hesitancy is thus understandable. So we must talk to people, listen to their concerns, and deal with those concerns.He warns, however, that all that talking and listening should not result in compromise solutions. Employees can provide meaningful input on many things, but the overall concept should remain intact. His advice to other organizations wanting to implement activity-based working: Choose the boldest option. Be brave! The staff cafeteria is housed in the buildings most magnificent room. The old buildings structure, with its thick walls and narrow floors, lent itself surprisingly well to the ABW concept, allowing the creation of small work areas with 4 to 16 workstations.