Microsoft showcased cutting-edge technology including its impact on our cars and our workplaces.
When creativity is supported, it becomes a habit. Here’s three ideas for turning an existing project room into a place for creative work.
Today people are being asked to be more creative and innovative at work. Together, Steelcase and Microsoft have created an ecosystem of technology-enabled spaces to support the creative process. Jim Keane, Steelcase CEO, and Ryan Gavin, general manager Microsoft Surface, took part in a discussion about how Creative Spaces can boost creativity at work during Microsoft Envision 2017.
The new relationship between Steelcase and Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams delivers handcrafted fine furnishings through reliable commercial distribution.
Steelcase and FLOS lighting announce a new relationship to provide convenient access to a range of compelling design options for the workplace.
“I witnessed the power of the technology and office furniture combination. It’s very impactful,” said Takuya Hirano, CEO of Microsoft Japan.
Interior Design highlights the Steelcase showroom at NeoCon. But, the story doesn’t end there.
IDEO, the global design and consulting firm, is now helping organizations measure and guide the development of their innovation abilities with a tool called Creative Difference. 360 Real Time spoke with IDEO products managing director, David Aycan, about surprising new insights that can help teams and how the work environment plays a role. (Photo courtesy: IDEO)