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Global Workplace Analytics helps organizations and communities

understand and communicate the business case

for emerging workplace strategies such as

telecommuting, hoteling, desk sharing, agile work, open office, flexible work, and wellness programs.


In a rapidly changing world

Engagement • Productivity • Creativity • Innovation

Must — and can — be quantified


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Upcoming WE events…Find one near you
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Upcoming WE events…Find one near you

From its inception, WE has desired to be a truly global community to expand our collective workplace intelligence and build a network of workplace strategist throughout the world. More than a dozen WE HUBs already exist in Sweden, Australia, and in cities across North America. 

Source: we.ifma.org

WE'd love to see you at one of these upcoming WE events:

 

  • April 16 & 17, Pollinator & WE PDX, Portland OR
  • April 19 WEbinar: Mobility in the Workplace 
  • May 15-17, WE at WorldWorkplace Europe, Barcelona
  • June 18-22, NYC WE:HUB, Workplace Week, New York NY
  • June 19-20, WE at Facility Fusion, Québec City
  • June 20, WE:HUB Smartworking Summit, London

 

Stay tuned to http://we.ifma.org/events/ for updates!

 

Don't see an event near you? Maybe you should start a HUB in your city! Message Kati Barklund (Europe) or Eric Johnson for details.

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Study quantifies the impact of diversity in leadership on innovation revenue and margins
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Study quantifies the impact of diversity in leadership on innovation revenue and margins

Want to generate inventive new ideas that can win in the market? Build management teams comprising people with the widest possible range of backgrounds and perspectives.

Source: www.bcg.com

A new study from Boston Consulting Group quantifies the benefit of diversity on innovation and financial performance.

The report points to the fact that people with different backgrounds and experiences often see the problem in new ways. Specific findings included:

  • Companies with above average diversity scores averaged 45% income from products and services launched in the past three years. Those with below-average scores averaged just 26% innovation income.
  • Margins for the above-average group were 9 percentage points higher than the low diversity group.
  • The biggest payoff came from diversity in national origin, industry backgrounds, gender and career path. Age and educational focus showed impact too, but to a lesser extent.

There's lot's more to read here, so if innovation is important to you (and it should be), take the time to read the whole thing.

0 / / Mar 29, 2018



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