One-size-fits all has been discredited in office planning. So why is it still being applied to work from home? A new study suggests that individual homeworkers should be given more consideration
A new study by five economists suggests that global productivity has suffered amid a swing from company-led to university-led innovation. Is it time to bring back the corporate R&D lab?
New research from the University of Oxford indicates that corporate mental health interventions for individuals have little or no effect. Where do employers go next?
Compact, walkable neighbourhoods can be great places to live and work – but research suggests the 15-minute city is not easy to define. Can this urban concept avoid being labelled as a threat to liberty?
This year’s flagship WORKTECH London event explored how cities can bounce back, where next for digital transformation, how we can reach net zero buildings and what works in workplace experience
A new survey from the Urban Land Institute and PwC shows that sustainability is set to be the biggest factor in real-estate transactions but uncertainty still clouds the future for the sector
What will be the impact of generative AI on how people are recruited, managed and developed inside companies around the world? Professor Lynda Gratton has been asking the HR professionals
The future of workplace development in city centres is once again the subject of speculation as a high-profile tech giant surrenders its lease and a new survey shows a shift to commuter towns