HOK has released the second volume of HOK Forward, its annual report exploring a crucial issue in workplace design.
It’s no surprise to say that technology is having a significant impact on the workplace and the use of corporate real estate.
Slack has already disrupted workplace communication by enabling real-time conversations and de-cluttering email inboxes.
The workplace of the future will feature a greater variety of spaces where employees can work and socialize. Within those spaces, technology will enable more immersive collaboration with individuals outside the office walls—from colleagues across the ocean, to team members working from home and freelancers engaged for short-term projects.
More than 200 professionals from 19 industries were asked to imagine what cities and workspaces would be like in the year 2050.
Understanding what makes the workplaces that achieve Leesman+ status distinctive, and how they differ to the vast majority of corporate workplaces remains a key focus for the Leesman team.
The end goal of workplace design has always been about increasing productivity. But according to Jeanette Bronée, a performance strategist and culture coach, “Half of our productivity is wasted on not feeling good.”
Working remotely can be really tough. To get some insight into how to do it better, Google conducted a two-year study involving data from 5,600 employees across the US, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
If you’ve been following the trickle of research coming in on sitting vs. standing desks, you know conclusions are murky. Sitting will kill you! But standing will kill you, too! So what about those desks that let you sit or stand? Are they the answer to feeling better at work?
Capital One has committed to taking workplace design to a new level, utilizing data and research to ensure that their employees can thrive in their daily work experience.
How do we create better workplace design solutions? If we unpack the words, we find hints about where we should begin.
The poll suggests that employees think that the Internet of Things will have the biggest impact on their day to day working lives followed by voice activated technologies and wireless charging.
The fact is that an organization and an individual will have different perspectives on what is a ‘good’ workplace.
How FM and HR professionals can make strategic decisions together to strengthen the workplace experience for all employees.
No place or space is off limits in the world of flexible work — especially for organizations embracing this trend that is at the heart of the future of work.
"Experiential" is usually associated with retail space these days, but property giant JLL believes it has applications in the office sector as well.