Rather than basing office design on the need to fit more people into less space, the workplace should draw inspiration from a new source — the vibrant communities in which we live.
As part of its enduring purpose to be a force of positive change and unlock human promise, Steelcase Australia is proud to introduce its inaugural “Reflect” Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).
A project supported by Steelcase Social Innovation and led by Change Corp Munich, an employee-led social impact group.
Steelcase partners with Thurgood Marshall College Fund’s Innovation Challenge to provide students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities exposure to corporate opportunities while developing future leaders of color.
The James McCune Smith Learning Hub is a creative environment combining flexible study, learning, and social spaces with multimethod and technology-enabled teaching environments. Learn more.
As companies struggle to fill roles and nudge people back into the workplace, the office needs to do more to
Dr. Tracy Brower, vice president, Workplace Insights at Steelcase, spoke with Chief People Officer, Michele Bousquet at Strava, the leading
Special Olympics Michigan partnered with Steelcase to create spaces designed for a first-of-its-kind inclusion center.
At a time when attracting and retaining sought after talent is top of mind for most organizations, Kari Atkinson is
When commonly-used IT industry language stood out to Zoe Wilson as non-inclusive, she knew she needed to act. What followed was a lot of support, a global change, and the discovery of a new way to lead.
DoorDash’s People Organization leader talks about how intentional design can foster community, connection, collaboration and shape a better employee experience.
The shift to hybrid work is changing the way leaders think about the workplace and the need to build community