Before designing a space or adopting agile, IT leaders identified five guiding principles central to achieving their desired transformation. These
For some, agile, or agility, refers to a strategy that starts with real estate and is focused on mobility, giving
Far from a buzzword, creating an agile process, culture and workplace has been a significant and collective effort at Steelcase.
By the Numbers Steelcase opened the first half of its IT floor in June 2018. Another half of the floor
Facilities Management and Real Estate In an agile environment, the facility manager’s role becomes even more integral to the business.
Steelcase developed key insights and workplace strategy implications to help IT reach its desired outcomes. Four key insights embody what
The Steelcase Applied Research + Consulting team helped IT focus both strategically and tactically on managing the culture change required
As teams change how they work and where they work, leaders must take an active role in helping to change
Research, design, and Applied Research + Consulting teams led a series of activities to discover how IT teams were working
Steelcase identified agile coaches to advance the practice throughout the organization. Coaches developed an agile curriculum that layered the Agile
As open platforms and digital networks grow, organizations will be pressed to evolve more rapidly, with greater precision and with
A leader in alternative work strategies such as hotelling, consulting giant Accenture prides itself on its efficient use of real estate. But, what sets the company apart is how it considers the workplace holistically. Its Workplace 2.0 strategy sets high standards for what it terms “The Four E’s” of Efficiency, Effectiveness, Engagement, and Environment, with collaboration as a baseline. See how they piloted this strategy in their renovated Houston office.