The Creative Shift

A decade or so ago, it was a prediction that was easily ignored. Now the trend toward more creative work is an idea whose time has come, and workplaces need to move forward, too. See how Steelcase and technology leader Microsoft have combined efforts to envision a workplace that accelerates the shift to creative work by supporting all the conditions it needs to thrive.

Steelcase, Bolia Deliver More Choices at Work

Steelcase announces a new relationship with Danish design company, Bolia, to deliver Scandinavian design, broad choice and convenience.

Microsoft and Steelcase Launch Partnership in Asia Pacific

“I witnessed the power of the technology and office furniture combination. It’s very impactful,” said Takuya Hirano, CEO of Microsoft Japan.

London Tech Week: Harness Creative Potential

A search for more passion and less passivity brought together a panel of experts at London Tech Week to explore how to stimulate creativity.

State of Work: Blur the Edges

The office is evolving into something fundamentally different. Find out what’s behind the change in how people work and where they work.

What We’re Reading

We’ve put together a small library of some of our favorite books about creativity. They’ve inspired us, and we hope they inspire you, too.

Q + A with Tim Brown

He’s the CEO and president of IDEO, the global design consultancy that’s been ranked among the 10 most innovative companies in the world. Who better to talk about how organizations can encourage creativity or kill it?

How BMW Is Driving Innovation

As the world’s best-selling manufacturer of luxury cars, creativity has been important to the success of the BMW Group. A century-old company, it has achieved an impressive tradition of innovation.

Pushing Possibilities

An intricate tabletop that creates itself in less than a half hour? MIT’s Self-Assembly Lab, lead by Skylar Tibbits and Jared Laucks, is redefining the possibilities of 3D printing and collaborating with Steelcase to explore what that could mean for the future.

Trends 360

Robots, AI, automation—many jobs will change as a result of these technologies. Some may even disappear. But if history is right, most changes will be good ones.

Creating More with Less

Constraints and workarounds are a fact of life. They can be irritating, but often they lead to creative problem-solving and ingenious ideas.