productivity

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

Workplace design

London conference explores The Four Futures of Work

As technological change threatens to reorder labour markets around the world, four future-of-work scenarios for 2035 from the RSA's Matthew Taylor provided a curtain-raiser to the WORKTECH London conference 2019

sleep

Follow the leader: wellness from the top down

From improving engagement results to achieving better sleep quality, it is up to leaders to show by example how to bring wellbeing into the workplace, according to speakers at WORKTECH's Wellness 2019 event

Sleep

Time to wake up to the real costs of workers losing sleep

From sleep pods to sleep coaching, organisations are starting to take the sleeping patterns of their employees seriously as tiredness and exhaustion take their toll on economic productivity

AI in the workplace: creativity friend or foe?

As we embrace the Smart Building, will AI technology support workplace creativity and improve productivity or pose a threat? Nigel Miller of Cordless Consultants weights up the argument

teams

Collaboration conundrum: understanding the changing nature of teams

As the modern workplace evolves, how can we rethink the changing nature of teams? Arraz Makhzani of UnWork weighs up the mounting evidence…

AI infographic

The AI advantage: who’s profiting from the rapid growth of AI

What does the growth of artificial intelligence mean for economies, companies and industries? In this infographic feature, software expert TechJury demonstrates the potential power of AI and its impact on our future

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Four capitals discuss emerging workplace trends in Latin America

Big themes of workplace change were on the agenda as WORKTECH branched out with four conferences in Latin America in 2018. Six more are planned for 2019