Extending Manhattan: could this audacious plan be realised?

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing reports on a proposal to extend Manhattan with a new reclaimed quarter, and looks at the top five innovations at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas

Paving the way for hyper-personalised digital employee experiences

From designing hyper-personalised experiences to trialling the four-day work week, new expectations of work are disrupting the status quo of the working week in 2022


WORKTECH Guides: an update to Who’s Who of workplace technology

The workplace technology market offers a wide spectrum of innovations and solutions, but how can organisations decide what’s best for them? The latest update to the WORKTECH Guides series surveys the technology market across five critical areas, listing the key players

The Great Relocation: why American workers are on the move

In this WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing, we look at a migration in the US working population to warmer and cheaper locations, Glassdoor’s top places to work, and why go-getting graduates want to be in the office

Action stations: what to expect on the future of work in 2022

While 2021 was the year for re-evaluating, contemplating and planning strategies for the future, 2022 will be the year of action

Welcome to 2022: where next for emerging technologies ?

In our first WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing of 2022, we explore a list of new technologies that are set to shape our working lives this year. Stand by sleep trackers and 3D printed offices…

Insights into how Apple’s design team crafts the future

In our final WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing of 2021, we look inside the notoriously secretive design studio at Apple Park in California, and showcase how Sweden is pushing the frontiers of sustainable office space

Against the grain: the best architecture still to be competed

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at award-winning projects from the World Architecture Festival, the rise of the giga-floor in Chinese offices, and at the calendar of events for 2022