The hybrid workplace will stand or fall on the quality of the technology experience. Canada’s ET Group is using the principles of design thinking to make user experience central to the development process
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Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at new academic research that provides an evidence base as organisations weigh up their options on introducing a flexible working strategy
Building the hybrid workplace requires technology integrators to pay more attention than ever to human behaviour. Canada’s ET Group is using the principles of design thinking to make empathy central to the development process
What are the opportunities for learning and mentorship in a hybrid workplace? As remote and hybrid work becomes a more permanent fixture, leaders need to be more intentional about the social dynamic of their workforce
Technology integrators and interior designers need to work closely to create the hybrid workplace, but too often there is a divide. Canada’s ET Group is using the principles of design thinking to build bridges - is this a blueprint for collaboration?
Many companies want to remodel their workspace in the aftermath of the pandemic, but find the design process abstract and obtuse. A new report suggests how designing can go further to meet corporate objectives
As companies grapple with the challenge of implementing tech solutions for hybrid working, a pioneering approach by a group of Canadian tech integrators demonstrates the benefits of empathy and co-creation