Are workplace wellbeing programmes as successful as anecdotal evidence suggests? New research indicates that organisations may need to be more experimental and practical in their approach to employee health
Hats off to a new report that explores how a combination of new technology and the changing demographics of students will reinvent the educational campus of the future
If organisations employ people based on the assumption that they know how to do their job, is there still a role for the hierarchical manager? Arraz Makhzani looks into how organisations might function without managers
New research suggests that working more than 40 hours a week is profoundly detrimental to our health. So why is the global workplace so wedded to long working hours – and is there an alternative model we should adopt?
Ever wondered why, despite an abundance of meetings, brainstorms, time sheets and appraisals, we often struggle to collaborate effectively? Here are three ways people get it wrong
The 2015 edition of WORKTECH Singapore featured a trio of keynote speakers looking at entrepreneurial, lifestyle and architectural challenges in the region