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.

Australians Enlist Creative Spaces to Foster New Ideas

Steelcase and Microsoft host business leaders, architects and designers from across Australia to introduce Creative Spaces.

Merck’s Innovation Center Shapes the Future

Learn how Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany uses it’s new Innovation Center to foster and drive innovation from inside and outside the company.

Active Learning Center Grant Launches Fourth Cycle

The Active Learning Center Grant from Steelcase Education is launching its fourth cycle to identify educators at the leading edge of active learning pedagogies.

Why You Want a Noisy School Library: Q+A

The addition of an Active Learning Center helped the University of Saint Mary in Kansas take an active learning philosophy campuswide.

The New Leader

In today’s complex and global environment, there’s very little that business leaders can accurately predict and control. And yet, surrounded by swirl, many still cling to the fraying lifeline of existing norms—and the results can be dire. Steelcase researchers discovered new insights and distilled innovative concepts for a leadership space that empowers executives to lead in fundamentally better ways.

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.

The Privacy Crisis

Although workplaces today make it seemingly easy for people to collaborate, most leaders remain dissatisfied with the pace and frequency of breakthroughs.