Modern teams—tasked with solving complex problems and helping organizations innovate—work less like a relay team, handing off work from one to another, and more like a hockey team, fast-paced and interconnected. They are hyper-collaborative. Chris Congdon, Editor of 360 Magazine, and Julie Barnhart-Hoffman, Steelcase researcher, explore what barriers these teams face and how to give them the control they need to succeed. Deep dive into this topic by reading New Work. New Rules.
Steelcase and Microsoft introduced new solutions for fast-paced teams during a live reveal in New York City. Steelcase Flex Collection creates dynamic neighborhoods teams can adapt on demand. And, Microsoft Surface Hub 2S and Steelcase Roam allow teams to collaborate almost anywhere. If you missed the excitement, check out our recap.
Laurent Bernard, Steelcase vice president of global talent management, shared progress being made toward a new social innovation goal — creating shared value in the communities where we live and work through scalable, systemic and sustainable social change led by employees.
Forests take hundreds of years to grow. Flax takes 100 days. Lingrove CEO Joe Luttwak joined SILQ Talks to share his breakthrough in material science. Lingrove is a materials and design firm focused on plant based fibers and resins — creating a material that looks like wood, but is stronger, lighter and more moldable. SILQ Talks celebrate boundary-pushing ideas inspired by the innovative material, shape and construction of the SILQ chair. Watch past episodes.
SILQ Talks celebrate and share innovative ideas in the field of material science. Inspired by the innovative material, shape and construction of the SILQ chair, experts share boundary-pushing ideas. FluidSolids’ Beat Karrer tells us how his Zurich-based company takes waste and turns it into something that looks like plastic, but is recyclable and compostable. Watch more in SILQ Talks.
SILQ Talks is a new platform to help celebrate and spread innovative ideas in the field of material science. Inspired by the innovative material, shape and construction of the SILQ chair, experts share their boundary-pushing ideas. Skylar Tibbits, founder and co-director, MIT Self-Assembly Lab, explains how he’s programming simple materials to be highly active and dynamic to change the way we create, design and make things. Explore more on SILQ Talks.