Back from the brink: what happens next for corporate real estate?

As news of a vaccine raises hopes of economic recovery, our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at what will happen to the shape of workplace strategy in a post-pandemic world of work

Why reducing our reliance on the car is a casualty of Covid-19

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at a new report from the Royal Automobile Club (RAC) which reveals growing reluctance to hop onto crowded public transport

Demand for urban offices to be driven by flexibility and health amenities

The future of work in our cities is set to trigger a major shift in office real estate with a focus on quality rather than quantity, says a new report from EY and the Urban Land Institute

Can workplace analytics rescue firms from under-utilisation?

As organisations reimagine space strategies for their businesses, new research analysis by global workplace experts reveals three key areas where the biggest real estate mistakes are often made

How Covid-19 is acting as a catapult for the future of work

The office isn’t dead. It is set to be a part of a new hybrid model of working as coronavirus rewrites the rules, say workplace change experts Suki Reilly and Angela Dettore of MovePlan

Will the Japanese workplace advance or retreat after Covid-19?

New practices introduced as a direct result of the pandemic could lead to a long-term shift in how Japanese companies flex towards new ways of working, according to a major report

Remote working: a chance for America’s smaller cities to shine?

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at a US competition to develop a Remote Work Hub, an Australian project for green light rail and the global rebirth of the Slow movement

A hub-and-spoke model for post-Covid-19 flexible working?

Where next for the flexspace market in the coming age of de-centralised working? The BCO and architects Arney Fender Katsalidis brought together a panel of experts to find out