With three-quarters (76 percent) of office workers agreeing that a well-functioning and attractive office workplace would encourage better staff retention, the study demonstrates a link between the office workspace, the people in it, and their inclination to stay put.
For more creative thinking to come about, organizations must build a nurturing environment in which an open and collaborative culture can thrive.
Generation Z is entering the workforce, bringing with it a tech-first mentality that will propel businesses further into the digital era while potentially deepening the divide among five generations in the workplace.
When it comes to workplace design, the idea of beauty (or at least attractiveness) seems pretty important even when it can’t be measured.
If the future of work is remote work, why do we need office furniture, whether a desk or a sofa? Why show up to a workspace at all, for that matter?
People love to complain about meetings. They’re often pointless, and attendees feel like there is always more important work they can do in its place.
Thanks to technology and mobility, our work has come home with us. So it’s only fair that home should come to work, right?
Workers in open-plan offices have less face-to-face interaction with colleagues than those who work separately, according to research by Harvard students.
Ideo partner Michael Hendrix discusses how design thinking can be used as a superficial tool to make a company seem innovative–even when it’s not.
You can’t judge an international marketplace by wandering around an exhibition of its products for a day or two.
Research from global employee experience think tank, Leesman, reveals a series of mission critical drivers organizations need to deliver if they are to foster outstanding workplace experience.
Tech advancements make our lives easier, more efficient, more productive – and overall, more enjoyable.
A new survey released recently by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) reveals employees who work in LEED-certified green buildings are happier, healthier and more productive than employees in conventional and non-LEED buildings.
The central challenge confronting Legal and Management Advisory firms today is one of continuous and transformational change.
A new question is being asked, which challenges assumptions on the role of corporations in public life. Why have a home when you can live at work?
Ubiquitous communication technology has eliminated the constraints of time and location with regards to ability and opportunity for interaction and knowledge exchange.