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London leaps into the future: eight things we learnt from 2022 event

WORKTECH’s flagship London conference didn’t duck the big issues about the changing world of work – from the scale of the smart city to the most intimate and engaging workplace experience

Copenhagen gets comfortable with uncertainty about future of work

As companies around the world struggle to make hybrid work, Danish firms appear to be relaxed about embracing change with a test-and-learn approach, according to our latest WORKTECH Copenhagen conference

Workplace trends from the city that never sleeps

WORKTECH’s latest New York conference veered from a traditional focus on efficiency to explore issues of culture and experience as corporate America weighs up its options in the hybrid era

Wellbeing conference points way to finding inner peace

How can we develop more positive and inclusive workplaces in the new era? Speakers at WORKTECH’s latest Wellbeing conference in London offered some mind-expanding ideas

Why unlearning familiar rituals holds key to a smarter workplace

To mark the launch of their new book Unworking, WORKTECH founders Philip Ross and Jeremy Myerson reflect on the need to jettison old ideas about the office and think more radically about the future

Chicago looks to the recent past for clues about the future

Making the workplace a hybrid centre for wellbeing, collaboration and creativity is not quite the new-fangled thing it is made out to be, as speakers at WORKTECH’s Chicago 2022 conference explained

Stockholm syndrome: the drive to make offices sustainable

From placing employees at the centre of design to ambitious social and environmental sustainability goals, Stockholm is rewriting the traditional office playbook in order to reinvent its workplaces

Munich faces up to the challenge of reluctant returners

The Bavarian capital was once an icon of well-engineered business success. Now its companies are battling to make the office relevant to the new hybrid era, according to the WORKTECH Munich 2022 conference