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The New Leader

In today’s complex and global environment, there’s very little that business leaders can accurately predict and control. And yet, surrounded by swirl, many still cling to the fraying lifeline of existing norms—and the results can be dire. Steelcase researchers discovered new insights and distilled innovative concepts for a leadership space that empowers executives to lead in fundamentally better ways.

Ready to Get Things Done?

Best-selling author David Allen explains how conquering that to-do list frees you to focus on more creative, meaningful work.

Simon Sinek: Playing an Infinite Game

Simon Sinek, bestselling author of “Start with Why” and “Leaders Eat Last,” challenges long-held conventional notions about business and leadership in his newest book “The Infinite Game.” Hear why he says we’re all unwitting players, why we should stop focusing on our competition and what so many leaders get wrong.

Racing Across America

The CEO of Officebricks shares what the world’s toughest ultra-distance cycling race can teach us about business.

Steelcase CEO Jim Keane on Revolutionizing Manufacturing

Steelcase CEO Jim Keane discusses how Steelcase is using technology to improve productivity and pave new career paths for people. He took part in the Revolutionizing Manufacturing panel at the Business Roundtable CEO Innovation Summit in December 2018.

Nurturing the Human Dimension

Steelcase CEO Jim Keane joins the Global Peter Drucker Forum to explore redefining the work experience to help people do what they do best.

Finding Balance

Re-envisioning of the work environment. Mackinac system consists of distinct “microzones” that support focused work, collaboration among 2-3 colleagues, privacy for rejuvenation as well as easy accessibility for learning and socializing — all in a compact footprint that works in both a private office or a totally open floor plan.

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?