The event will be hosted on 20-23 April in Singapore to explore how you can build next-generation workplaces to drive Workplace Excellence, Enterprise Collaboration and Value Creation.
What’s in store for you in 2020?
Digital workplaces are being designed to enable workers to work with colleagues and partners across and without boundaries
In this article we explore how businesses can successfully facilitate collaboration and engage the multigenerational and contracted workforce through the technologies.
Presentation from James Foo, Vice President, Global Real Estate & Workplace Enablement, American Express Singapore
Presentation from John Rutteman, Head of Workforce Strategy, Credit Suisse
Presentation from Isabel Austin, Talent, Culture & Engagement Director – Asia Pacific, Experian
In this report, we look at:
Fierce competition has pushed employers to recognise the role of the workspace as a crucial component of attracting top next-generation talent.
In this article, we discussed several key factors that organisations requires for their workspace strategy to be successful:
In this article we explore five brands across a variety of industries who are paving the way for the future workplace.
Be inspired and start thinking about how your office can transform to be future-ready.
To help you get started on your journey towards data driven design, we asked Tracy Hawkins, Global Head of Real Estate & Workplace at Twitter and Sanjiv Awasthi, VP Global Real Estate at Cigna, how they use data to ensure your office design projects reinforce their company’s unique culture and objectives. The following is a summary of what we learned.
Past presentation from Audra Pakalnyte, Regional Head of People, Fave Group
From designing job roles, to organising work processes and practices, configuring offices and empowering employees, the opportunity and necessity for iterative change for the future of work is all but impossible to ignore.
But what do organisation need to do now? What future-proof considerations do they need to put in place? In this whitepaper we explore:
In this overview of the 2030 office, we look at the top 11 solutions, trends and innovations expected to dramatically change office design. Key questions we ask in this report are:
We look at five best practice strategies from some of Australia, and the world’s leading organisations, which are helping attract and retain the brightest and best talents through the creation of next generation workplaces that drive innovation, employee experience and productivity through a focus on culture and wellbeing.
Dan Makoski, Walmart's Vice President of Design, shares an overview of Walmart's top workplace design priorities for 2018, workplace design trends and the importance of building flexible and mobile workplaces.
Which Gensler projects are you most proud of and why?
We view every project as an opportunity to make a difference for our clients and our communities, which is an extension of our mission of creating a better world through the power of design. For a firm that works on projects of all scales, from wine bottle labels to the Shanghai Tower, we see the need to bring innovation to each of our 3,500 clients around the globe. In terms of the projects we’ve recently completed, Cadillac House in New York’s SoHo district is a compelling example of how great design is helping established brands like Cadillac re-think human experience and community engagement.
Ahead of the Future Workplaces Asia Summit 2019, we chat to Ross Chippendale, Head of Workplace Technology at Atlassian. In this article Ross chats to us about how Atlassian have created collaborative and creative environments through technology that are fuelling innovation and employee productivity.