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Death of dull: Toronto 2019 tracks the big changes ahead

The Canadian workplace has a reputation for caution on major workplace shifts, but an action-packed WORKTECH Toronto 2019 conference suggested an eye firmly on the future

Talking up 2020: learning the lexicon for a new decade

What are the new buzzwords likely to be on everyone’s lips as we head into a new decade? WORKTECH Academy gets the word on the block from its global network

Key themes in the Golden City: what we learnt in San Francisco

With a reputation for future-forward innovation, WORKTECH’s 2019 San Francisco conference didn’t disappoint with discussions of neural experience, progressive wellness and smart human-machine collaboration

Made-to-measure: how the Dutch design for workplace efficiency

From data-driven decisions to the science of personality, WORKTECH Amsterdam’s 2019 conference demonstrated that the Dutch workplace is both art and science. Luke Bailey reports on the latest trends in the Netherlands

The value of experience: what we learnt from London 2019

If quality of work matters as much as quantity, then how do we make sure that new technology creates human-centric workplace design as well as tracking our every move? The flagship WORKTECH London 2019 conference searched for clues

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Singapore’s big three priorities: tech, talent and transparency

Companies in Singapore face many challenges generic to the global workplace but are addressing them through a unique cultural lens, according to the 2019 edition of WORKTECH Singapore

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Follow the leader: wellness from the top down

From improving engagement results to achieving better sleep quality, it is up to leaders to show by example how to bring wellbeing into the workplace, according to speakers at WORKTECH's Wellness 2019 event

Designing for the basic human needs of community and belonging

As experience and engagement rise up the corporate agenda, WORKTECH Academy’s Forum on the Future of Work 2019 looked for clues in different settings