culture change

Why we need more walking routes in and around the workplace

New research from Stanford University shows that walking can improve the quality of negotiations – and it’s just the latest in a line of academic studies explaining why we need to get up and walk about

Mastering the changing workplace: what we need to accept

Brad Stulberg’s new book Master of Change offers fresh wisdom for workplace leaders. Its key message: first we need to study and understand the concept of change itself

From compliance to inclusivity: embracing workplace accessibility for all

Are companies going far enough when it comes to workplace accessibility? They might be meeting minimum legal requirements, but companies should go above and beyond to be inclusive

Finding the financials: calculating cost benefits of smart workplace

Uncertain over investing in smart office technology? A new report by Spacewell sets out the financial arguments and provides a step-by-step guide to figuring out your own potential cost savings

Wellbeing at work: the simple things that help employees thrive

One of Australia’s leading experts on workplace wellbeing draws on engagement research from Gallup to explore ways to prevent staff burnout and boost productivity in the new world of work

Is higher work intensity driving low employee wellbeing?

The working world has become obsessed with where we work, but it’s the increasingly frantic process of work that we should worry about, according to a new UK report on ‘work intensification’

Sex, pubs and chatbots mingle at Manchester conference

Innovation and automation were on the schedule at the recent WORKTECH Manchester event as WORKTECH returns to the city for the first time in ten years

Unlocking the potential of your space: data and real estate

How can we use technology to make  better use of our office space? Companies the world over are currently asking this the question. A WORKTECH Webinar in partnership with Zapfloor explores the key issues