A Kansas university reimagined an existing library space to create an active, energizing campus center. Watch the video to see
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Rebecca, an Emmy-winning journalist, reports on global research impacting the places where people work, learn and heal. Over her career, Rebecca spent 17 years covering local and national news events on television and a variety of digital platforms. She directed a digital news group in Kansas City for three years before becoming news director in Grand Rapids, Michigan for more than five years. Prior to Steelcase, Rebecca worked with one of the four largest media groups in the United States to coordinate news coverage among 48 newsrooms from the east to west coast.
Unused Library Space Becomes Campus Hot SpotPosted on November 22 by Rebecca Charbauski
Classroom Redesign Improves ReadingPosted on September 21 by Rebecca Charbauski
A modern, flexible approach to learning doubled homework completion rates and reading targets.
Q+A with Microsoft: The Digital AdvantagePosted on June 19 by Rebecca Charbauski
Information technology professionals are helping lead digital transformations requiring new types of work.
Leadership Under Pressure: Inside the Executive OfficePosted on March 14 by Rebecca Charbauski
A first-hand perspective on why pressure at the executive level is mounting. Today’s leaders are walking a path filled with
Watch: Unlocking People’s Creative Potential at WorkPosted on March 11 by Rebecca Charbauski
Steelcase and Microsoft share how leaders can harness the creative potential of their people.
Place + Technology Drive Creative PerformancePosted on March 7 by Rebecca Charbauski
Creativity is not just for artists and musicians. It’s a process in which everyone can engage.
Microsoft and Steelcase Partner to Boost Creative WorkPosted on March 7 by Rebecca Charbauski
Steelcase and Microsoft introduce Creative Spaces — a range of places and technologies to enable the creative process.
Why Are People Searching for Better Places to Work?Posted on March 1 by Rebecca Charbauski
A new Gallup report issues an urgent call to action for organizations: Provide an excellent workplace or people may leave.
Designtex President: Four Materials Trends in 2017Posted on January 27 by Rebecca Charbauski
Designtex president Susan Lyons looks ahead to the rest of 2017, revealing which trends she sees sticking around at work.
LinkedIn Designs New Workplaces for the Five SensesPosted on January 12 by Rebecca Charbauski
Research on sensorial design helps LinkedIn create offices that boost wellbeing and engagement. “It’s all about turning on the senses
An Evolution of Leadership SpacesPosted on November 13 by Rebecca Charbauski
To illustrate the ways in which business and its leaders have evolved over time, Steelcase dug through its archives to
3 Ways Your Office Can Support Your Need for PrivacyPosted on November 4 by Rebecca Charbauski
Three design strategies for supporting privacy in the workplace give choice and control back to workers. Merriam-Webster defines privacy in