As organizations and work are becoming more fluid and demand a higher degree of agility, it is necessary for the physical workplace to be scalable and adaptable. To address changing needs, the workplace will be required to consist of dynamic spaces that accommodate several work styles (e.g., influenced by personality, gender, generation, culture, et cetera), and can meet the needs of several different assignments, or projects. Dynamic and adaptive activity-based workplaces should have physical space available, integrated tools and technology, and be emotionally aligned with any number of objectives, whether it be learning, increasing focus, enhancing collaboration, or facilitating social interaction. In the near-term post-pandemic workspace, organizations need to invest and prioritize the areas for socializing and collaboration where multipurpose, multifunctional furniture and other physical objects will allow for a more dynamic workspace. The spectrum of dynamism, here, starts with open office spaces, mobile furniture and removable walls, as well as an overall modular architecture and fluid design.