Why can’t the right tools for sharing ideas also enhance workplace design?
Mackinac’s light, yet strong expanse invites an array of materials — giving people the ability to create an environment that meets their needs and their vibe.
Author, professor and visiting scholar, Jeff Selingo, shares his vision for the future of learning. Explore how job and technology trends will make place more important than ever.
Join Interior Design Editor in Chief Cindy Allen for a tour of the new Steelcase showroom unveiled at NeoCon. James Ludwig, Steelcase vice president of Global Design & Engineering, and Allan Smith, vice president of Global Marketing, show off brand new explorations for SILQ, an innovation in office seating, and the “practically magical” Mackinac which re-envisions the work environment.
Coworking spaces are hot. There are over 7,000 around the world, and the number keeps growing. Also called shared workspaces, these work environments have proliferated along with the growth of mobile work. They act as outside offices, or even as the primary office, for workers in practically every industry.
Headlines following a new Harvard study declare open offices a “collaboration killer.” But, it doesn’t have to be that way.
The new ‘Stand Up to Work’ study finds height-adjustable workstations help people be more productive, concentrate better and improve overall health even after leaving the office.
Mackinac supports collaboration, focus and respite all in a compact footprint.
Organizational psychologist Adam Grant shares why team building activities don’t work, why the corner office sends a bad signal and why procrastination can be a key ingredient to creativity. 360 Magazine Editor Chris Congdon hosts this revealing conversation about how to build trust and the ongoing search for purpose at work.