workplace strategy

Balancing act: Amsterdam strives for workplace equilibrium

The latest WORKTECH conference in Amsterdam focused on how to strike a balance between rapid innovation and human-centric elements of work

Boots on the ground as head office staff told to return five days a week

The mandate by British retailer Boots for its head office staff to return to the workplace full-time marks a general shift by large organisations away from the middle-ground of hybrid working

Next-generation real estate strategies to drive office space renewal

How can the corporate office market shake off its recent spiral of doom? Reports from Colliers and CBRE point to a brighter future in which companies adapt to hybrid with smart space strategies

Why smart lighting is pivotal to the retrofit revolution

Retrofitting commercial buildings will be critical to meet net zero targets and should be considered a strategic investment. In this article, Fagerhult looks at the key role of lighting in energy performance

Light ahead: preparing for UN Sustainable Development Goals 2030

Meeting the UN goals on sustainable development 2030 means that lighting manufacturers must help office occupiers get their house in order. Here’s what Fagerhult is planning for the future

Can Europe’s real-estate sector emerge from the darkness?

A new survey from the Urban Land Institute and PwC shows that sustainability is set to be the biggest factor in real-estate transactions but uncertainty still clouds the future for the sector

Worktech LATAM exploró las tendencias que se vienen en el futuro del trabajo de la mano de speakers de lujo

El evento -organizado por Contract Workplaces, compañía especializada en diseño y construcción de espacios de trabajo- pasó por Bogotá, Montevideo y Buenos Aires y reunió a expertos internacionales en recursos humanos, tecnología y arquitectura corporativa para debatir sobre estrategias, novedades y casos de estudio en torno a las nuevas formas y ámbitos de trabajo

Bursting the bubble: Japan’s office market set to contract

Ever-rising demand for office space in cities like Tokyo seemed to defy economic reality. But now Japan is set for a painful period of decline and readjustment according to a new study