Navigating What’s Next

Working with our network of leading organisations and experts, we are sharing what we’re learning about the return to the workplace across time horizons of now, near and far.

Navigating What’s Next: The Post-COVID Workplace offers strategies for retrofitting, reconfiguring and reinventing the workplace to create offices that are as safe as possible. We share design guidelines and thought starters as well as safety guidelines. Download the guide and receive email updates as we learn more.



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