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World of work 2018

Global review: understanding The World of Work in 2018

The Global Partners of WORKTECH Academy have joined forces to create a compendium of new trends for this year. The future of work and workplace is explored under five headings: technology, design, culture, place and people

WORKTECH Toronto

Laid-back Toronto turns up the volume on workplace change

Canadians have a reputation for reticence, but WORKTECH Toronto 2017 suggested that major transformations just around the corner will give the city's real estate community much to crow about

Buzzwords to look out for in 2018

Lexicon of work: eight key words to watch in 2018

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

WORKTECH London has six key messages for the future of work

London looks east: six big talking points from our flagship conference

From compensating millennials to challenging organisational stupidity and creating fluid networks, WORKTECH London 2017, held at the Here East innovation centre, brought six big themes to the forefront of the future workplace

West Coast looks at technology and human-centric design

San Francisco on a mission to blend technology with human-centred design

The 2017 edition of WORKTECH West Coast tempered the pace of tech-driven disruption with a return to design values in creating great places and spaces for people

Madrid muses on what we’ll really require from the future office

From robot plants to biophilic design, WORKTECH Madrid cut a path through the undergrowth of workplace design as several competing visions of the future tussled for attention

Singapore slings the joy of work into a heady mix of new ideas

From connecting technology, people and space for innovation to creating the right vibe to spark culture change, WORKTECH Singapore 2017 highlighted key trends circling workspace

Tech-savvy Dubai playing catch-up on wellness at work

Dubai has adopted smart technology that can measure utilisation of space and decide who we should meet at work. But why is it falling behind on wellbeing? WORKTECH Dubai brought the experts together to debate the big issues