Dr. Lydia Bourouiba: A Perspective on Virus Transmission

Dr. Lydia Bourouiba: A Perspective on Virus Transmission

Introducing Perspectives, a video series with peer-to-peer conversations on how COVID-19 has impacted work and the workplace. In this first episode, watch Dr. Lydia Bourouiba, director of MIT’s Fluid Dynamics of Disease Transmission Laboratory, as she talks with Steelcase CEO Jim Keane about what we know today on mitigating disease transmission at work.

Understanding Virus Transmission at Work

Understanding Virus Transmission at Work

Dr. Lydia Bourouiba shares how she began researching disease transmission and what inspires her work with the Fluid Dynamics of Disease Transmission Laboratory at MIT.

Why We Need Joy at Work

Why We Need Joy at Work

Ingrid Fetell Lee, author of Joyful: The Surprising Power of Ordinary Things to Create Extraordinary Happiness, says it’s a huge misconception that joy and work are separate. She shares her radical theory — that a few simple changes to the work environment can make a dramatic difference in how people feel and perform. Read the transcript.

Joyea

Joyea

A leader in its field of robotics with more than 150 patents and many more in the pipeline, Joyea’s evolution from a glass and handicrafts manufacturer to a leading innovator has been rapid and echoes the rapid transformation of the Chinese economy.

Going Beyond Average With Inclusive Design

Going Beyond Average With Inclusive Design

Designing workplaces for “the average person” used to be philosophy aimed at satisfying most of the people, most of the time. But that also excluded a lot of people who didn’t fit the average.

Ready to Get Things Done?

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.

Hack Your Brain

Hack Your Brain

Dr. Jack Lewis, brain scientist and author, translates neuroscience for everyday people. He spoke with 360’s Serena Borghero in London about powerful tips he’s collected over the course of 20 years to help our brains perform at their best.

World Health Organization Labels Burnout “Syndrome”

World Health Organization Labels Burnout “Syndrome”

The World Health Organization is putting a renewed emphasis on workplace burnout. But, we already know a lot about how to help people think, feel and move better at work.