The total time people are working – whether paid or otherwise – has not increased in Europe or North America in recent decades.
The amount of pressure we put on ourselves to be constantly productive, actually impedes our productivity.
"The $16 billion company is looking to gather a slew of data on its members to guide how it designs its spaces."
Think of it as a living lab except the, um, rats are humans. That sounds snarky but I really think the idea is a good one. This kind of thing has been used for decades in retail.
Herman Miller followed one company’s journey from a headquarters that was hindering its growth to a workplace where its people and business could prosper.
Great to see companies using metrics to evaluate the success of their workplace change.
"Dell and Intel have teamed up to create their newest Future Workforce Study 2016 which reveals how people around the world feel about how technology is shaping the workplace.
This report offers lots of great insights into how global employees feel about their technology, collaboration, facetime, augmented reality, virtual reality, remote work and more.
"The promenade area will connect tenants and visitors to a host of dining and entertainment venues, health and wellness services, renovated office space and educational facilities, a hotel and conference center for both employees and visitors."
It seems fitting that a place that was home to seven Nobel Prize winners and was the birth place of the laser, the Big Bang theory, cellular technology and the transistor, is innovating yet again.