Lessons from Copenhagen: developing a new hybrid strategy

This Academy briefing draws on some of the insights and lessons learned from Denmark – including how companies such as EY and LEGO are shaping their hybrid journey and designing their workplace transformation

To insource or outsource? That is the question for your business

From maintaining cultural ownership to focusing on core business objectives, the debate between insourcing and outsourcing in business can be tricky to navigate. 4xi’s insight report explores both sides

Back in business: global CEOs eye expansion rather than cuts

This WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing, new surveys from KPMG and Gensler suggest that companies are feeling more confident about the future and less inclined to slash office space

Perks of the job: will office bribes bring people back?

This WORKTECH Academy briefing looks at how this autumn’s much-heralded return to the office is being greased by a few well-placed employee incentives - from free food, DJs and dogs to safe space


Why ‘experience journeys’ are critical to a switch to hybrid work

This WORKTECH Briefing looks at the critical role of experience mapping in shaping the future of work and the debate behind UK civil servants being forced back to the office

Making hybrid happen: decision time for companies

This WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks for guidance on hybrid working models from the tech giants and the big banks – only to find mixed messages. When will the picture become clearer?

Rising resilience: how to create a resilient working culture

In a time of constant change, resilience has never been a more critical characteristic for the workforce and workplace. A report by Nespresso highlights how individuals, teams and environments can remain resilient during times of flux

Elemental Change: seven scenarios for that sinking feeling

In an exclusive extract from his new book about making complex change happen, British workplace strategist Neil Usher describes a series of alternative change scenarios that companies might recognise right now