Innovation as a Recipe for Engaging Talent (S1:E6)

Innovation as a Recipe for Engaging Talent (S1:E6)

Business leaders have been trying to crack the code on innovation since the beginning of time. But, Dr. Simone Ahuja has a new take on innovation. She says it’s not just about filling an unmet need in the market or solving a previously unsolvable problem. She says innovation is a recipe for engaging and retaining talent. Plus, she shares strategies for building microcultures of innovation in every organization.

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Shape Shifters

Shape Shifters

Today, more than half of all meetings are hybrid. Designers are rethinking traditional paradigms to create spaces that work for everyone.

Making Hybrid Work Better

Making Hybrid Work Better

Steelcase is working alongside tech leaders Microsoft, Zoom, Logitech and Crestron to provide hybrid collaboration solutions today and to prototype, iterate and evolve for tomorrow.

Microsoft’s New Hub for a Redefined Business Model

Microsoft’s New Hub for a Redefined Business Model

A lot has changed since Microsoft embraced its “New Ways of Working” model more than a decade ago. Collaboration has become even more crucial, and designing a physical workplace to support evolving new work styles is essential.

Six Tips for Etiquette + Protocols in the Hybrid Workplace

Six Tips for Etiquette + Protocols in the Hybrid Workplace

A hybrid workplace requires more clearly communicated shared etiquette and protocols. More explicit norms will increase equity and engagement, and create a sense of inclusion and belonging.

Hybrid Collaboration Is Hard

Hybrid Collaboration Is Hard

To create the best possible hybrid work experience, organizations will want to offer a range of spaces and technology solutions to easily support diverse types of collaboration.

Hacking Our Workspaces

Hacking Our Workspaces

The Microsoft Hackathon is a gigantic worldwide event with employee participation from 70,000 people across 80 countries. In prior years,