As ubiquitous connectivity grows in capacity and pervasiveness, there should really be no difference between working from any physical location and accessing a virtual workspace.
The companies that can start to disconnect hierarchy from space will be the ones who free themselves up to take advantage of the new generational workplace.
Faced with an existential challenge to their traditional ways of doing business, many companies are replicating the innovative VUCA thinking developed by the U.S. military in the face of a world that is Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous.
Ever since grunts became words, speech has helped us learn, plan, and do amazing things. Our communication has been shaped by twin desires: to be understood and to understand.
As freelance workers proliferate, the “gig economy” gathers pace and project-based working becomes the norm, the real estate and office management industry is reinventing the traditional workspace for the digital age.
SEAT teams up with Harvard University to research the benefits for occupational health of the celebrated Mediterranean diet.
At a time of unprecedented changes to the nature of work, some of the world’s largest businesses are putting the physical and mental health of their employees at the heart of their reinvention for the future.
Interview with Mark Dixon, CEO and Founder, Regus: "As the world moves from analog to digital, it is changing the way companies work and where people work".
Interview with Carlo Ratti, Director of the MIT Senseable City Lab: " You still want to build a beautiful space, but the important thing is really the new interaction within that space that you create with technology."
Artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things are already transforming modern life, from voice-activated personal assistants, to self-parking cars, to self-configuring conference rooms, to systems that help doctors diagnose disease.