Coaching a New Kind of Teamwork

Modern teams—tasked with solving complex problems and helping organizations innovate—work less like a relay team, handing off work from one to another, and more like a hockey team, fast-paced and interconnected. They are hyper-collaborative. Chris Congdon, Editor of 360 Magazine, and Julie Barnhart-Hoffman, Steelcase researcher, explore what barriers these teams face and how to give them the control they need to succeed. Deep dive into this topic by reading New Work. New Rules.

Bolia Designs for All Your Senses: CEO Q+A

Bolia’s CEO shares how his award-winning Danish design company brings new Scandinavian design to its customers at home and at work.

Measuring the Agile Workplace

We’re excited to share early findings from measuring the impact our new Steelcase IT space is having on agile work.

What Fast-Paced Teams Want

Consider flipping the script—instead of people moving when they change their mode of work, what if they could stay with their team and move their furniture?

TED2019: “Bigger Than Us” Takeaways

A digital double, tiny rockets, subvocal speech—TED speakers shared new approaches and big ideas about the future of humanity.

Collaboration Just Got Easier

Steelcase and Microsoft introduced new solutions for fast-paced teams during a live reveal in New York City. Steelcase Flex Collection creates dynamic neighborhoods teams can adapt on demand. And, Microsoft Surface Hub 2S and Steelcase Roam allow teams to collaborate almost anywhere. If you missed the excitement, check out our recap.

Designing for the Quadruple Aim

Despite contending with complex and interconnected factors including satisfaction, burnout and reimbursements, healthcare leaders are looking to a future geared toward better health for all. How might the built environment have an impact on their Quadruple Aim goals?

Racing Across America

The CEO of Officebricks shares what the world’s toughest ultra-distance cycling race can teach us about business.

GreenBiz 19: A New Framework for Social Innovation

Laurent Bernard, Steelcase vice president of global talent management, shared progress being made toward a new social innovation goal — creating shared value in the communities where we live and work through scalable, systemic and sustainable social change led by employees.