workplace strategy


Competing for innovation: internalising the free market

As inter-company competition grows in western markets, how can internal innovation keep pace? Arraz Makhzani of UnWork looks at the benefits and detriments of fierce competition within an organisation


Maladaptive specialisation: is there a danger in being too specialist?

In an industry where it pays to be specialist in one key area, what are the implications on the wider organisation? Arraz Makhazani of UnWork looks at the limitations of overspecialisation in the workplace


Office retrofit or rebuild? Finding answers to the developer’s dilemma

As the way we work and inhabit workspace changes, a big issue for developers looking to the future of their office portfolios is whether to retrofit or build afresh. Nick Ridout of architects Scott Brownrigg asks the key questions


Dead end: post-mortems demonstrate why start-ups fail

From team disharmony to cash flow issues and lack of market need, there are common reasons start-ups fail according to a new report


Should I stay or should I go? Ten pillars of talent acquisition

As the war for talent gets increasingly fierce, will location and employee experience trump job role and salary? A new white paper by Aramark looks into the different considerations of attracting top talent

Networked innovation: from outside in to inside out

Workplace design has increasingly recognised the need to bring the outside in.  Now, successfully connecting to new innovation ecosystems means thinking from the inside out

Agile Working

El trabajo ágil no es una novedad. Grandes empresas ligadas a la tecnología tales como Facebook y Google lo vienen implementando desde hace varios años.

Espacios para los trabajadores del conocimiento

Espacios para los trabajadores del conocimiento

El uso genérico de la expresión "trabajador del conocimiento" ha resultado el enfoque habitual a la hora de diseñar las oficinas para este grupo de colaboradores.