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corporate real estate

Will the rise of the omni-channel worker reshape corporate real estate?

As more organisations move to a hybrid or ‘work from anywhere’ model, what does this mean for the future of the office? A new report by Australian developer Mirvac suggests there are parallels with omni-channel retailing

The future of the smart precinct

Street smart: looking to urban innovations to manage the crisis

In our weekly WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing, we look at the impact of the virus on our cities from smart initiatives to transport, the growing tension between hygiene and global sustainability, and the work-at-home adjustments

The Smart Advantage: rethinking the tech-enabled workplace

In our weekly WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing, we look at the rise of the omni-channel worker, the vitality of the smart workplace and the digital innovations helping to bring employees back to the office

Picture perfect: digital images showcase the art of building

Awe-inspiring design is not often associated with the workplace, but why not? The winners of the Art of Building Photographer of the Year present some of the most inspiring images real estate has to offer

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Facing digital assassination? Innovation predictions for 2020

What’s in store of us in 2020 as technology takes on a growing range of social challenges? UK innovation foundation Nesta has made a series of ten predictions

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

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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How urban development is heating up the race for talent

As cities attract a new type of worker on a global scale, organisations that can mirror urban shifts in their workplaces will be the best prepared for the future workforce