Making meetings more efficient: systems that can help

Meetings are an unavoidable part of working life. But how can they be more efficient? What are the key issues of meeting rooms today and what systems can address them? A report by Unwired and Plow Consulting looks at solutions

Smart ecosystem: secrets of the successful smart building

As global demand for the smart building grows, how do its various elements integrate and interact to create a seamless environment? One answer is to develop a smart ecosystem, as a new report launched at WORKTECH Berlin 2017 explains

Neural network: stronger brain, stronger collaboration

Interconnectivity can encourage collaboration, creativity and communication, neurology expert Fiona Kerr told the WORKTECH Sydney conference 2017

How using vertical meetings can stimulate behaviour changes

Regular meeting rooms cannot enforce the change of behaviour that companies want, Peter Brady of Collaborative Design told the WORKTECH Sydney 2017 conference

Fluid Collaboration: linking brilliant brains across time, place and space

How will collaboration change over the next five years? And what should companies do about it? A new Avocor report co-produced with WORKTECH Academy introduces a new concept to address these issues

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New to the INNOVATION ZONE: Home away from home: creating branded workspace at Airbnb

WORKTECH Academy's exclusive interview with Aaron Taylor Harvey, executive creative director of environments at Airbnb, on how to create a workplace which belongs to everyone

New to the Academy

Here are the latest posts on the Academy site bringing you a spectrum of ideas, evidence and insight from the world of work, sourced via the global WORKTECH knowledge network

The social workplace: understanding a spectrum of need and provision

In these two videos, part of an eight-video series produced by Microsoft and PopTech on the changing world of work, international workplace experts examine the underlying reasons why places and spaces remain so important in the 21st century.