Data is not the new oil – experience is
Our ability to turn employee experience data into insight and knowledge has never been more important as this will allow us to design the right workplace experiences for the future.
AI and related technologies could create around 90 million more jobs than they…
Around a quarter of existing jobs in China could be automated over the next 20 years, but this is projected to be more than offset by job creation of 38 percent, according to a PwC study
Why do we experience so much stress in the workplace?
The digital age was supposed to be a dream come true: a life of leisure filled with easy access to rich information and inexpensive but productive technology. In reality, it is more like a…
It’s in our control: review of Conquering Digital Overload
This book provides guidance to everyone experiencing the “digital overload” that comes from being always on and subject to the increasingly rapid pace of change
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the workplace
Our past successes and the role we have carved out in the world are not a guarantee of our future success, so we need to see the workplace for what it is.
Throwing open the window to a new world of work
This blog is about accepting that what we believe to be true might turn out to be wrong, including in the world of work. It's about Ignaz Semmelweis and what can happen when people are…
Smart cities, smart buildings and the growing allure of infinite data
There needs to be greater awareness of the velocity of workplace innovation, the growth of smart Cities and their market effect on the architecture, engineering, construction and facility…
Organisations are beginning to lose patience with IT and property directors
Following a decade of declining productivity, have business leaders nally lost patience with their organisation’s iT and Property Directors?
The endlessly changing definitions of workplace and technology
Technology and generational change are combining to set free knowledge work. Organisations and individuals need to understand where and how they work best to be creative, collaborative,…
The future of the workplace is stranger than we can imagine
The integration of physical and digital workplaces is opening up new opportunities for the way people collaborate