Steelcase CEO: It’s a New Day

It’s time to create new ideas, be agile and make things happen faster than ever. In order for organizations to grow, people and teams must work in new ways. Steelcase president and CEO Jim Keane shares new, innovative products, new partners and new technologies that are helping Steelcase rethink the office and create places where ideas flourish and people thrive.

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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.

Episode 4: Design + Distributed Work

Episode 4: Design + Distributed Work

Watch Patricia Kammer, principal researcher for Steelcase workspace futures as she answers 5 questions in 5 minutes on how space can help us collaborate better when we’re not all in the same room and why we’re exhausted from living on video. Plus, the greatest design challenge we face as workers return to the office.

Episode 3: Design + Technology

Episode 3: Design + Technology

Trevor Deters, Director of Smart + Connected Technology, answers 5 questions in 5 minutes on how a hands-free workplace may help stop the spread of pathogens at work. Plus, how emerging tech will change the way we collaborate.

Episode 2: Design + Informal Spaces

Episode 2: Design + Informal Spaces

Watch Lew Epstein, General Manager of Coalesse and Turnstone, as he answers 5 questions in 5 minutes on the future of informal, shared spaces in a post-COVID workplace. Spoiler alert – they’re here to stay.

Episode 1: Design + The Future

Episode 1: Design + The Future

Watch James Ludwig, Vice President of Design and Engineering for Steelcase, as he answers five questions in five minutes on the future of the workplace in a post-COVID world and the unique opportunity it presents designers.