The Creative Shift

A decade or so ago, it was a prediction that was easily ignored. Now the trend toward more creative work is an idea whose time has come, and workplaces need to move forward, too. See how Steelcase and technology leader Microsoft have combined efforts to envision a workplace that accelerates the shift to creative work by supporting all the conditions it needs to thrive.

Moving to Munich: One Employee’s Story of Change

The Steelcase Learning and Innovation Center in Munich sets a new tone and communicates a new set of cultural values to everyone who works there.

Trends 360

Robots, AI, automation—many jobs will change as a result of these technologies. Some may even disappear. But if history is right, most changes will be good ones.

A Startup Mindset

What does it take to stay entrepreneurially innovative in a big company? Turnstone research uncovered five conditions that intrapreneurs say they need to be creative and engaged, no matter how big their company has become.

Tim Brown on Leading Creative Organizations

IDEO’s Tim Brown talks about the three roles leaders have in creatively-competitive organizations and how to assess the creativity of a company.

Related: Deep dive into our creativity research by downloading 360 Focus: Creativity, Work and the Physical Environment .

Q + A with Tim Brown

He’s the CEO and president of IDEO, the global design consultancy that’s been ranked among the 10 most innovative companies in the world. Who better to talk about how organizations can encourage creativity or kill it?

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.

Can Your Workspace Make You a Better Leader?

Sara Armbruster, Vice President Strategy, Research and New Business Innovation at Steelcase, spoke at the 8th Global Peter Drucker Forum about how the workplace itself can help leaders lead better, and, in turn, help others around them succeed.
Source: Drucker Forum