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From pandemic to endemic: adjusting to life with Covid-19

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at the prospect of Covid-19 as a permanent fixture of working life, the world’s first sustainable floating city, and our upcoming Smart Buildings conference in London

Investing for resilience: how will companies spend on tech in 2022?

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at where technology investments will be made in 2022, and looks ahead to the upcoming WORKTECH Los Angeles and Smart Buildings conferences

A way out: how coworking spaces are supporting the office return

As organisations look for routes to return to the office, flexible workspaces could provide the missing piece of the puzzle in building the hybrid workplace. This article looks at smart flexible solutions to bring people back

How the high-profile skyscraper flourished after 9/11

The attack on the Twin Towers 20 years ago did not lead to the demise of tall buildings. Instead, skyscraper construction is booming. Several trends now shape the rise of the ‘supertall'

The presenteeism pivot: redefining workplace presence for flexible work

As workplaces become more flexible and our ability to work from anywhere more commonplace, the traditional idea of workplace ‘presence’ is shifting

Data dilemma: will algorithmic systems erode good work?

This WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at the downside of data-driven systems for worker wellbeing and autonomy, the rise of the AI-powered office window, and the chance to attend a design thinking masterclass

AI as decision maker as lawyers face fast-changing world

Our regular WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing examines the potential impact of technological change on the legal profession over the next ten years as The Law Society forecasts a disturbing future

Making hybrid happen: decision time for companies

This WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks for guidance on hybrid working models from the tech giants and the big banks – only to find mixed messages. When will the picture become clearer?