With their teams safely out of the office and plugged in remotely brings the opportunity for workplace teams to plan a smooth transition for when it comes time to go back to the office. Our team of workplace experts and virtual tools to map out new floor plans and seating arrangements are here to help.
We talked to workplace experience experts about what they believe the transition back to the office will look like. Suddenly, a more flexible workplace strategy doesn’t seem so far-reaching, even for the most traditional enterprises.
In this Q/A with Office Manager at thoughtbot, Larissa Lam, we talk about emerging trends in office management, how office managers are the glue keeping workplace teams together, and how her responsibilities are changing with new WFH initiatives.
We recently spoke with Mamava about mother’s rooms at work and inclusive workplace design. Their CEO and CRO shared insights about the rising call for inclusivity for working moms and the necessary conversations employers must have to support mothers as they head back to work.
In this Q/A, we hear about the latest trends in facility management and how today’s FM professionals strive to create a stellar, employee-centric workplace experience. We interviewed Zack Farrar, IFMA Member and Facilities Manager at Jacob’s Engineering.
Bridging the gap between the physical office and remote workplace for the “work from anywhere” movement can improve employee experience, regardless of team or physical attendance.
A group of Robinauts attended the Workplace Innovation Summit 2019 and here are the top takeaways.
Learn how to make remote and hybrid employees feel like a part of the team, no matter where they’re working.
In the past decade, generational diversity in the workplace has changed dramatically. Today your office may house four or even five generations. Here’s how to support their distinct values.
Today’s digital workplace strategy requires the convergence of two roles: IT and facilities management. With access to new workplace and facilities data through occupancy, productivity, space management analytics, these roles can collaborate on ways to make the digital and physical worlds connect as seamlessly as possible.
Today’s savvy companies are creating a role for a workplace experience manager, director or CEEO, to optimize the workplace environment as it relates to the employee experience. Here’s a look at how this role is evolving and how these professionals are shaping the future of the workplace.
Learn how IT and Facilities are teaming up on the digital workplace strategy to make the office run more smoothly and increase employee productivity. This transformation is driving new data and insights to power the workplace experience.
The most efficient companies rely on workplace data to optimize the office and enhance both existing and new employee experience. Learn some of the common ways to use workplace analytics.
We talked to Eleanor Forster, Managing Director of the North Americas at Leesman, about the future of workplace experience and why we need to keep digging into actionable data.
The key to maximizing office space utilization is having informed analytics to understand how your space is actually being used and leveraging that insight to better capitalize on your existing space.
What is activity-based working? Find out in an exclusive interview with ABW experts at Veldhoen + Company.
Discover six companies that are setting their employees up for success in an activity-based working environment.
Artificial intelligence in the workplace proves to be a promising opportunity as smart offices and machine learning aim to remove the frictions that employees encounter throughout the day.
Get up to speed on all of the terms around hot desking.
Digital transformation offers huge opportunities for business, not just to improve existing operations, but to unlock new ways of working and value channels.