The concept and design of office spaces has direct impacts on the well-being of the employees working there. Digitalization is one of the most important drivers of room design. “We want to provide our employees with a work environment that fulfills their need for more flexible, more transparent, and more effective collaboration in a highly connected world,” says Hagen Mörbel, Head of Business Process Excellence in Germany. The redesigned work day at Boehringer Ingelheim can look different from country to country and team to team. For example, in Lyon, France, and Ridgefield, Connecticut, USA, there are hardly any individual offices anymore. There is also a lot going on at company headquarters in Ingelheim. In late 2020, Boehringer Ingelheim opened a new smart office building there, where up to 1,000 employees can work in a state-of-the-art environment. The new six-story building is divided into different zones where employees spend time depending on their tasks. For example, there are co-working zones, multi-use spaces, and quiet zones. Offices are going to be designed for creative and cooperative work at other locations as well. The goal is to allow a greater exchange of ideas and collaboration between colleagues and to increase employee satisfaction.