workplace strategy

The future is flexible but beware threat of digital exhaustion

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at new trend research from Microsoft which shows how a blended model of hybrid work is swiftly being adopted around the world amid alarming signs of employee disconnect

Making smart buildings part of workplace strategy

From the critical importance of IoT in post-pandemic workplace strategies to the success of open plan, this interview between Signify’s Jonathan Weinert and Michele Pelino discuss smart solution for the future

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

Banking sector now the battleground over ‘inhumane’ work culture

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at the fall-out from the infamous Goldman Sachs internal survey of working conditions. Do we risk reverting to the all-hours office?

The Nowhere Office: advocating a shift from place to purpose

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at a new report which argues for a permanent departure from presenteeism – and at new projects to green the London cityscape

Welcome to the future: Milan’s milestone office development

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at the ground-breaking for a new European office project that strikes all the right notes in terms of light, air, community, nature, timber – and zero carbon

micro-mobility

On your bike: how micro-mobility is changing corporate real estate in cities

Micro-mobility in cities is on the rise, but how can real estate professionals benefit from this shift in transport preference? A new report from Urban Land Institute looks at how the property sector is responding

The roaring twenties: can tech innovations lead a global revival?

As struggling economies around the world adjust to a different model, investors are backing new technology not just to improve performance but to create a more equitable workplace