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Navigating the new digital wave for the post Covid-19 workplace

Digital transformation is critical for many organisations navigating their return to the office, but how can leaders navigate through the maze of emerging technology solutions? A new report by Samsung charts a path forward

New London Architecture report signals flexible future

The London office sector suffered in the pandemic but now has the opportunity to ‘build back better’ with a focus on smart, sustainable, adaptable and affordable workspace, says a new NLA report

Deutsch demand: five tips for talent acquisition in Germany

From creating open and transparent workplace cultures to providing competitive work perks, new talent acquisition models in Germany aim to cast the net wider in the global talent pool

China’s return to the office signals post-pandemic future

In our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing, we explore how Chinese workers are already road-testing the hybrid working model and preview an event exploring the impact of the pandemic on learning and innovation

The space programme that is shooting for the stars

This WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing examines how Google is experimenting with post-pandemic workplace design to attract young talent, explores new workplace perks and pays tribute to the founder of Gensler

Do corporate parks provide a return on green investment?

Silicon Valley’s tech giants are constructing new parks on a grand scale. There are good reasons why they are emulating the pioneers of the past and building in closeness to nature

Elemental Change: seven scenarios for that sinking feeling

In an exclusive extract from his new book about making complex change happen, British workplace strategist Neil Usher describes a series of alternative change scenarios that companies might recognise right now

Rebirth of the headquarters as Silicon Valley shifts gear

California’s tech giants were fast out of the blocks with their pronouncements on the future of remote working. Will their corporate HQs remain relevant in the new world of work?