Worktech

Bengaluru

Passage to India: Bengaluru debates global tech versus local design

Is workplace technology going too far for Indian office design? The inaugural WORKTECH Bengaluru (Bangalore) conference debated the paradox of human-centric work in a machine-led environment

Sydney

Super Sydney: designing for the new age of the super-experience

Australia has led the world in workplace design but isn’t complacent about the shifts ahead. The WORKTECH Sydney 2019 conference looked at the key transformations facing the Australian workplace

Hong Kong

Tall storeys: three challenges facing Hong Kong’s workplace

As emerging smart districts change the dynamic of China’s leading cities, what can Hong Kong do to remain relevant? WORKTECH Hong Kong’s 2018 conference looked at the key challenges

Going global: The World of Work in 2019 explores what’s in store

The Global Partners of WORKTECH Academy have joined forces to create a publication which sets out a series of emerging ideas, predictions and scenarios for the coming year

Toronto takes stock of the unintended consequences of change

Canadians have been cautious about responding to the big global workplace shifts. But on the evidence of WORKTECH Toronto 2018, scrutiny and debate reflect an open mind on implementing new directions      

West Coast work shift: four questions we asked in San Francisco

The Bay Area is renowned for early adoption of new workplace thinking. But WORKTECH San Francisco’s 2018 conference suggested that first movers are still questioning the fundamentals    

Swiss style: Basel looks at behaviour to design the next workspace wave

Where does behaviour fit in breakthrough office design? The inaugural WORKTECH Basel conference explored the workplace through an alternative lens to help shape desired cultures and behaviour in an organisation

Here comes 2019: the lexicon of work that points to the way ahead

What are the new buzzwords to bandy around as we head into the new year? WORKTECH Academy gathers up the prime suspects in a round of predictions drawn from its global network