Latin American companies look to the innovation-rich workplace

With only one country in the global top 50 index of innovative nations, Latin America has a lot of ground to make up in the race for innovation. But this represents a real opportunity for companies in the region

Designing without boundaries: the office of 2040

What would the office of 2040 look like if there were no constraints? Fast Company asked five top designers and architects to shape the future

Picture perfect: digital images showcase the art of building

Awe-inspiring design is not often associated with the workplace, but why not? The winners of the Art of Building Photographer of the Year present some of the most inspiring images real estate has to offer

Consolidate or disperse? The big question facing the Japanese office

In a bid to become more flexible, diverse and productive, Japanese companies are facing a choice between consolidating their head offices or dispersing to other spaces in the suburbs, according to a research report by Xymax Real Estate Institute

Wheel of change: shifting scenes for The World of Work in 2020

What are the big issues and emerging themes for the year ahead? A new publication from the Global Partners of WORKTECH Academy spins through the scenarios

Death of dull: Toronto 2019 tracks the big changes ahead

The Canadian workplace has a reputation for caution on major workplace shifts, but an action-packed WORKTECH Toronto 2019 conference suggested an eye firmly on the future

Rethinking the relationship between workplace design and leadership

Are workplace designers paying enough attention to what the new generation of leaders is trying to achieve? A new study calls for closer links as companies try to close the productivity gap

Talking up 2020: learning the lexicon for a new decade

What are the new buzzwords likely to be on everyone’s lips as we head into a new decade? WORKTECH Academy gets the word on the block from its global network