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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

Out of the mist: what we learnt from London

The view of the future from the 39th floor of Canary Wharf Tower told delegates at the WORKTECH London 2016 conference that workplace transformation is increasingly the only option

Opening the floodgates: Toronto turns onto a wave of new ideas

Even Canada’s safe, conservative commercial heartlands are facing disruption, according to the WORKTECH Toronto 2016 conference

What lies ahead: Academy predictions for 2017

As you plough through the post-festive backlog, do you have the feeling that big change is in the air? Here’s a taste of work and workplace things to come from the Academy’s global network of expert contributors

West Coast whirlwind: why things are getting complicated

Don’t look for a single pattern from WORKTECH West Coast 2016 - a wealth of mind-expanding material on the contradictions of future work was what made it memorable

Berlin bombshell: the Germans are losing the plot too

Germany’s position as Europe’s poster boy for office productivity is under threat, according to speakers at WORKTECH Berlin 2016