The Creative Shift
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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.

Four Ways to Get More Creative On Your Own

Four Ways to Get More Creative On Your Own

Big ideas come from more than a brainstorming session with colleagues. Cal Newport, author of Deep Work, explores four rules essential for more creative and meaningful work.

Microsoft Envision: The Future Needs Creative Thinkers

Microsoft Envision: The Future Needs Creative Thinkers

Today people are being asked to be more creative and innovative at work. Together, Steelcase and Microsoft have created an ecosystem of technology-enabled spaces to support the creative process. Jim Keane, Steelcase CEO, and Ryan Gavin, general manager Microsoft Surface, took part in a discussion about how Creative Spaces can boost creativity at work during Microsoft Envision 2017.

Inside a Fundamental Shift Happening at Work

Inside a Fundamental Shift Happening at Work

The ways we work and, as a result, the environments in which we work are changing in ways we haven’t seen before. Steelcase Director of Research Communications and Editor of 360 Magazine Chris Congdon, is part of a team reporting on the renaissance the office is experiencing. Listen as we discuss the drivers and disrupters causing this fundamental shift in the workplace. And, learn how the state of work today is blurring the edges of the traditional office to create places people love to work.

What We’re Reading

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

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?