Orangebox, the newest member of the Steelcase family of brands, shows its products for the first time at NeoCon. Mino Vernaschi, Orangebox co-founder and managing director, and Adrian Welch, global account manager, describe how their products are designed for Smartworking—to help people work productively away from the desk.
Steelcase Flex Mobile Power is a sleek, smart mobile power solution that gives teams and individuals the ability to work anywhere—untethered by wired power. James Ludwig, vice president of Global Design & Engineering, and Hyun Yoo, principal designer for Steelcase, reveal this exciting new innovation at NeoCon for the first time.
One year after announcing their partnership, Steelcase and West Elm take us on a tour of the West Elm Work Collection at NeoCon 2019. Six new products, including West Elm Greenpoint, extend West Elm design and Steelcase performance from the workstation and private office to collaborative and social spaces.
The Steelcase Flex Collection is designed to create dynamic team neighborhoods. David Cooper, Steelcase furniture category manager, and Chris Congdon, 360 Magazine Editor-in-Chief, demonstrate how easy it is to move the pieces around to support different activities at NeoCon 2019.
Get the story behind the development of the newest Microsoft Surface Hub 2S and Steelcase Roam Mobile Cart. Chris Congdon, 360 Magazine Editor-in-Chief, and Adrienne Brewbaker, Microsoft product marketing manager, share how collaboration just got easier at NeoCon 2019.
Steelcase President and CEO Jim Keane shares how solutions on display at NeoCon 2019 support customers as they shift from a focus on process and execution to one of innovation and growth. Plus, learn how Steelcase Marketplace is inspiring designers and making their lives so much easier.
Simon Sinek, bestselling author of “Start with Why” and “Leaders Eat Last,” challenges long-held conventional notions about business and leadership in his newest book “The Infinite Game.” Hear why he says we’re all unwitting players, why we should stop focusing on our competition and what so many leaders get wrong.
Adam Grant, author and host of TED’s WorkLife podcast, shares what he’s learning about how to make work not suck.” Teaser alert: “If you want to build trust, you actually want to de-fun. Instead of doing something simple and lighthearted, you actually work with a group of people to solve hard problems that matter.”
Teams are made up of a bunch of “I”s — individuals with unique personalities, skills and needs. On the field or in the office, a team performs at its best when the needs of the group are supported while also addressing the needs of each member. We need to think about the “me within the we.”