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future gazing

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

talent

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

Singapore

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

Wake up and smell the workplace: how aroma is changing behaviour

Offices in the past rarely came up smelling of roses. But all that could be about to change as olfactory design becomes the next sensory stimulus in the workplace. WORKTECH Academy reviews the evidence

millennial

A Third City of Entrepreneurs: the workplace revolution of Los Angeles

As Los Angeles welcomes a new cohort of workers into its offices, the inaugural WORKTECH LA 19 explores the changing needs of employees from workplace design, leadership styles and technology infrastructure

Tech and Trends

Clash of the digital titans: a reality check on workplace technology

Tensions between today’s workplace and the emerging digital workplace were brought into sharp relief at WORKTECH’s latest Tech and Trends 2019 briefing