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Tech-savvy Dubai playing catch-up on wellness at work

Dubai has adopted smart technology that can measure utilisation of space and decide who we should meet at work. But why is it falling behind on wellbeing? WORKTECH Dubai brought the experts together to debate the big issues

Banking on change: can tech transform the financial workplace?

Working with robots, optimising the property portfolio and focusing on employee experience were the key themes of WORKTECH’s Financial Workplace 2017 conference. Technology is the driver, so why the reluctance to use it?

Berlin’s belief system: from hybrid spaces to holistic thinking

Germany’s capital is living up to its growing reputation for workplace innovation and change, if the keynote conference themes of WORKTECH Berlin 2017 are anything to go by

The next privacy bump: should employers study your DNA to support wellness?

As workplace health and wellbeing rises fast up the business agenda, WORKTECH’s Wellness 2017 conference at Credit Suisse in London asked uncomfortable questions about our performance economy

From computers with a roof to creative spaces for change

WORKTECH's inaugural Smart Buildings 2017 conference charts the rise of connected work environments that don’t just save money but also foster innovation and wellbeing

New York notebook: the continuing consumerisation of workplace

The workplace customer is king according to the parade of presenters at the latest edition of WORKTECH New York, held at Convene in Manhattan on 4 May 2017

This changes everything: working in a human-robotic ecosystem

How will digital technologies transform the world of work? What will the rise of the robot do to corporate real estate models? In the wake of the WORKTECH New York conference on 4-5 May, panel chair Peter J Miscovich of JLL explains

My brain hurts: new thinking from Sydney’s summit of new ideas

From insights into brain chemistry to the disruptive power of community in placemaking, WORKTECH Sydney 2017 emphasised the importance of human interactions