Inside a Fundamental Shift Happening at Work

The ways we work and, as a result, the environments in which we work are changing in ways we haven’t seen before. Steelcase Director of Research Communications and Editor of 360 Magazine Chris Congdon, is part of a team reporting on the renaissance the office is experiencing. Listen as we discuss the drivers and disrupters causing this fundamental shift in the workplace. And, learn how the state of work today is blurring the edges of the traditional office to create places people love to work.

Teacher Motivates with Active Learning

The Steelcase Active Learning Classroom is going to start an entire movement of new makers and creators in our community,” says Boyce Middle School STEAM teacher Matt Henderson. The Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area school received one of the 2016 Active Learning Center Grants from Steelcase Education. Watch to see how the classroom is helping to motivate students.

New Research on Employee Engagement

Can the office be used as a strategic lever to impact employee engagement? For the first time, new research shows a correlation between employee engagement and the workplace. Chris Congdon, director of global research communications for Steelcase, discusses key findings and what kinds of changes to the work environment will have the biggest impact for people.

Empower Executives to Lead in Better Ways

Progressive leaders are reshaping their organizations to be more agile, innovate and grow. Sara Armbruster, Steelcase VP Strategy, Research and New Business Innovation, explains how a leadership space can empower executives to lead in fundamentally better ways.

How to Thrive in a Busy Working World

With more people seeking a more authentic, inspiring place to work, listen to a typical day at work for one busy manager to understand the story behind the Office Renaissance and how it’s creating a more human-centered experience at work.

La-Z-Boy Reflects Culture in New Office

When you’re almost a hundred years old, being a little dated is to be expected. The 1920’s vintage headquarters of La-Z-Boy, however, didn’t just look out of date, it was holding the company back.