This article is part of a series of updates to our Steelcase guide “Navigating What’s Next: The Post-COVID Workplace.”
In the beginning of March 2020, just before the COVID-19 pandemic hit Europe, nine international experts from Germany, Sweden, Finland
Global measurement standards identify specific elements that ensure the workplace enhances people’s wellbeing.
Together, Steelcase and The Fluid Dynamics of Disease Transmission at MIT will explore how workplace design can mitigate the spread of disease.
How we adapted our Learning and Innovation Center to create a safe return for our employees.
The future of work is about more than working from home. We are at a tipping point and leaders must make a choice about where and how people will work. The pressure to get it right has never been greater.
Remote work requires a lot more formalization of what would be more informal in the office.
Ashoka connects social entrepreneurs around the world online and offline. During COVID 19 the global organization was forced to change their ways of working together too. As our world is defined by change, a new mindset is required.
Going back to work, for most people, is going to feel a lot different than when they left. The changes, at first, may feel surreal, with people wearing masks, separated by partitions and avoiding physical contact – no more fist bumps, hugs or handshakes.