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.
When creativity is supported, it becomes a habit. Here’s three ideas for turning an existing project room into a place for creative work.
Steve Sanders, general manager of Smart + Connected at Steelcase, shares his team’s vision for the next generation workplace.
When it came time to revitalize the JLL Pittsburgh office the company leveraged Steelcase’s proprietary collection of Workplace Tools+Resources, to create an entirely new office environment that has transformed the ways their employees work and captivated clients.
Microsoft showcased cutting-edge technology including its impact on our cars and our workplaces.
Technology takes talent. Whether it’s hardware or software, behind the lines of code and high-tech circuitry are people who bring digital innovations to life. At Telnyx, a VoIP service provider for businesses, CEO David Casem says recruiting the right technical talent, engaging and retaining them is the most difficult task of running his company. That’s why Telnyx leverages their work environment to help attract great tech talent.
At Microsoft Ignite, Steelcase introduced new technologies helping organizations harness big data to create better workplaces for people.
The Innovative Learning Environments and Teacher Change (ILETC) research project is helping educators optimize active learning environments.
The new relationship between Steelcase and Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams delivers handcrafted fine furnishings through reliable commercial distribution.