Free-range or factory-farmed? A key question for workplace

In our latest roundup, we report on a dialogue between three of Britain’s workplace pioneers - what they share is a belief in a diverse, people-first workplace driven by great design

Relearning leadership: the art of inspiring remote teams

In our weekly WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing, we feature the thoughts of US Army General Stanley McChrystal in leading people through an era of crisis and complexity

Preparing for the great return: how much will really change?

In our weekly WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing, we look at ways to innovate out of a crisis, how technology can create empathy and the deadly cost of air pollution

Post-pandemic workplace: shaping up for the new normal

What might happen when the lockdown is lifted? Is cellular office space set for a comeback? Can we put a six-feet cordon around every employee? All this and more in our latest update during the pandemic

Life in lockdown: how will technology rise to the challenge?

In surveying the current scene, we look at tech trends for a post-virus world, document the start-ups enabling remote work, and explore how big brands might be repositioned in the age of  the Covid-19 pandemic

On the edge of a crisis: Q1 Trend Report 2020

This Trend Report looks at a wide range of emerging ideas just at the point at which the global pandemic panics the global economy and disrupts our working model

After the plague: what will we need from our places of work?

In our latest update during the pandemic, Academy director Jeremy Myerson looks the impact of the virus on the places and spaces for work, while designer Key Kawamura of Studio Banana explores how to stay creative at home

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