Designing the Future of Work with Technology II

Designing the Future of Work with Technology II

In Part 2, of a two-part conversation, listen to how organizations can use technology to improve people’s experience at work. James Ludwig, Steelcase vice president of global design and product engineering, gives us a peek into the future of technology at work and how it’s already changing the way workplaces are designed for people.

Designing the Future of Work with Technology I

Designing the Future of Work with Technology I

In Part 1, of a two-part conversation, learn how Smart and Connected Spaces can improve people’s experiences at work. James Ludwig, Steelcase vice president of global design and product engineering, discusses the impact technology is making in the workplace, the kinds of tensions it’s creating for people, how workplace design can help and what we may see in the future of work.

Inspiring Spaces Reinvigorate the Office

Inspiring Spaces Reinvigorate the Office

It’s not just a millennial thing. People of all ages are craving informal, casual and authentic spaces at work. These inspiring, breakout spaces can benefit the holistic wellbeing of workers while helping to promote employee engagement.

Moving Design Forward

Moving Design Forward

Steelcase Brings Together A Global Community Practice Han Paeman’s design firm just lost a bid to Marc Bertier’s firm. Gloating, Bertier

The New I.Q.

The New I.Q.

Space matters. It shapes the behavior of people and creates the ‘stage’ on which innovation can be propelled. We needed a physical destination that would foster the behaviors of an innovation culture.

Accenture Relocation Aids Collaboration

Accenture Relocation Aids Collaboration

A leader in alternative work strategies, Accenture prides itself on its efficient use of real estate. It’s Workplace 2.0 strategy sets high standards and has shown impressive results.

Agnew Moyer Smith, Inc. Innovates Office

Agnew Moyer Smith, Inc. Innovates Office

After more than 20 years of business, the communication design firm Agnew Moyer Smith Inc. (AMS) was beginning to fight its space. Designed just as computers were entering the industry, the space didn’t support mobile computing well. It had also failed to keep up with the firm’s evolving team structure and processes.