Does Your Work Matter?

Does Your Work Matter?

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.”

A Day in the Life of an Agile Team

A Day in the Life of an Agile Team

Follow Kim and her team in their year-old space, purposefully designed to foster a more agile culture by helping them move faster, test and execute on new ideas, and get closer to their customers.

How Business Decisions Impact the Environment

How Business Decisions Impact the Environment

What very important question comes up again and again in the Steelcase boardroom? Steelcase CEO Jim Keane has the answer. He also shares the story behind Steelcase’s ongoing commitment to sustainability including reduced water and energy use and investments in the infrastructure needed to generate clean energy.

Redesigning the Healthcare Experience

Redesigning the Healthcare Experience

Stacey Chang, executive director of the Design Institute for Health at Dell Medical School, discusses redesigning healthcare to improve the experience for patients and providers.

How Beth Comstock Survived the ‘F’ Word in Business

How Beth Comstock Survived the ‘F’ Word in Business

Beth Comstock, former GE Vice Chair and CMO, tells us how to thrive in the midst of failure, the “F” word in business. The self-described “changemaker in chief” shares stories from her book Imagine It Forward, how she gets her crazy ideas and what trends she’s watching right now.

Transforming IT at Steelcase: An Agile Case Study

Transforming IT at Steelcase: An Agile Case Study

Steelcase is in the midst of transforming its information technology group. This shift in culture, process and place has elicited learnings that can be applied within and outside of IT.

How Is Our Work Experience Changing?

How Is Our Work Experience Changing?

Dr. Ron Friedman explains what’s changed since his book “The Best Place to Work” came out four years ago in the second part of our Q+A.