Active Learning Symposium Connects Educators

Steelcase Education hosted the first Active Learning Symposium partnering with educators to share research, foster community and advance active learning.

Healthcare Design Expo + Conference Features Surround

Passionate healthcare designers and professionals converged in Orlando to share best practices and top design solutions.

Moving to Munich: One Employee’s Story of Change

The Steelcase Learning and Innovation Center in Munich sets a new tone and communicates a new set of cultural values to everyone who works there.

Learning and Innovation Center: A CEO Perspective

Organizations everywhere are trying to figure out the secret to innovation and growth. Steelcase President and CEO Jim Keane discusses why the company decided to open a Learning and Innovation Center in Munich and how this new environment will impact strategy and culture for Steelcase employees and create business results for customers.

Steelcase CEO Q+A: New Center Enhances Agility

Steelcase CEO Jim Keane explains how the new Munich Learning and Innovation Center will create a more agile organization to accelerate innovation.

Educause Features Steelcase Education ALC Partner

An active learning champion from the University of Saint Mary in Kansas shared her school’s active learning journey at Educause.

Inspiration Office: The Artist’s New Canvas

Workplace Solutions in New Orleans partnered with local artists to create a dual-purpose showroom and art gallery.

School District Rethinks Creativity + Collaboration

How do you bring back the “buzz” in our schools? Dan Behm, superintendent of Forest Hills Public Schools in Grand Rapids, Michigan, wanted to banish boring and reinvigorate students, teachers and staff at all levels. Steelcase’s Applied Research + Consulting team worked with his district to rethink curiosity, collaboration and communication.

d.confestival: The Future of Design Thinking

International innovators and research experts gathered in Germany to explore the importance of place to design thinking.

FORWARD Fellows Challenged with Wicked Design Problem

How might we design environments that optimize the combined capabilities of humans and machines? This is the central question FORWARD fellows are exploring. Supported by Steelcase and the Savannah College of Art and Design, the FORWARD fellowship invited emerging design leaders from the Americas and Europe to Italy. There, they were exposed to a variety of design thinking methods, research on artificial intelligence and new ways of working before embarking on a nearly year-long quest to figure out how space can help solve a wicked problem.