Fast Forward

In another 10 years, your current office will seem as quaint as a rotary phone on the kitchen wall. By carefully analyzing the signals of change that surround us today, Steelcase researchers formulated seven fascinating scenarios for how and where work might occur just one decade from today. Thrilling or sobering, they’re sure to stimulate a point of view about a future that will be very different from what we’re experiencing today.

Classroom Revamp

Discover how four Active Learning Center Grant recipients embrace a more collaborative approach to education by transforming their space.

Introducing the west elm Work Collection

This initial suite of products from west elm and Steelcase supports the changing preferences of people at work.

The Business Value of Joy

Who do you serve and what does delight look like for them? Menlo Innovations CEO and co-founder Richard Sheridan says these are the questions that have helped his team create an agile place to work filled with joy. Listen to discover the business value of joy. Interested in agile? Explore Transforming IT at Steelcase: An Agile Case Study.

Celebrating 10 Years of Coalesse

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Coalesse, General Manager Lew Epstein, explores the company’s history creating furnishings for the modern workplace. Plus, glimpse the brand’s future which includes the Coalesse Design Group’s move to Munich and a deep-dive into concepts like wellbeing and customization. Discover more about the 10 Years of Coalesse.

TED-Inspired SILQ Winner Tells Stories with Music

Spotify’s Angie Romero won a limited-edition TED-inspired SILQ chair. Now, she shares with us how she puts herself in a creative state of mind.

SILQ Talks: Turning Trash Into Value

SILQ Talks celebrate and share innovative ideas in the field of material science. Inspired by the innovative material, shape and construction of the SILQ chair, experts share boundary-pushing ideas. FluidSolids’ Beat Karrer tells us how his Zurich-based company takes waste and turns it into something that looks like plastic, but is recyclable and compostable. Watch more in SILQ Talks.

What Does Personalized Learning Look Like?

Personalized learning is gaining momentum thanks to new technologies and the needs of today’s workforce. Steelcase researchers, Gaby Scarritt and Aileen Strickland McGee, interviewed dozens of educators to learn how personalized learning helps students and educators and how the physical environment can help. (Read the full report: A Guide to Personalized Learning)

Guide to Personalized Learning Experiences

Personalized learning per se isn’t a new concept. Every day, educators adapt lesson plans to ensure students meet learning objectives. Teachers draw on their professional experience and use a variety of techniques to help students learn and engage with the material.