To create the best possible hybrid work experience, organizations will want to offer a range of spaces and technology solutions to easily support diverse types of collaboration.
A hybrid workplace requires more clearly communicated shared etiquette and protocols. More explicit norms will increase equity and engagement, and create a sense of inclusion and belonging.
The pandemic has highlighted the need for the office to play a role in mitigating the spread of disease and it has taught us a more holistic approach is required going forward.
Tour an all-new hybrid collaboration space, designed to help people return to the office and connect with remote colleagues. Real estate developer Building and Land Technology (BLT), together with Steelcase and authorized dealer Red Thread, helped create a new kind of space by renovating an existing building in Connecticut. The concept integrates technology and space to support collaborators on both sides of the camera. Learn more about the prototype and hear how Steelcase, Red Thread and BLT are experimenting with new ways of working.
Leading organizations are asking very real questions about how to make a hybrid model work. We offer real answers by drawing on our research, our experience and our audience.
Insights from the pandemic to create a better work experience. We surveyed 32,000 people across 10 countries to reveal the blueprint for creating a better work experience. Discover how the workplace must change. Start by reading the introduction Learning from What People Have Been Through.
This is a continuation of the Global Report: Changing Expectations and the Future of Work. In this section, learn more about the key benefits and challenges of working from home and what it’s taught us to improve the work experience moving forward.