"This 158 page report is chocked full of statistics, case studies, and sage advice about everything from what humans do better than computers, big data, blockchain, and some IT stuff you probably haven't even heard of yet but will be hearing about shortly. It's a bit overwhelming, but it's an important read for any organizational leader."
This 158 page report is chocked full of statistics, case studies, and sage advice about everything from what humans do better than computers, big data, blockchain, and some IT stuff you probably haven't even heard of yet but will be hearing about shortly. It's a bit overwhelming, but it's an important read for any organizational leader.
Last week in Chicago, cre.tech and MetaProp NYC presented a CRE.tech LIVE seminar about “Innovative and Productive Workplaces.” Hosted by JLL, the coffee-fueled event brought together some of the brightest workplace strategy experts to discuss the challenges and opportunities that come with today’s rapidly changing office technology. Ed Nolan, JLL’s Managing Director of Workplace Strategy …
This is a must-read for any organization involved in workplace change. We so often operate in silos that unless IT is leading the change, it's the last thing the workplace strategist thinks about.
Would you be comfortable if your employer tracked how long it’s been since you spoke to a co-worker?
Some estimates say up to 15 percent of Fortune 500 companies now use sensors of some sort.
I'm not going to answer my own question here, but I do wonder who gets to make the decisions about what's okay and what isn't. My read, based on all I've read, is that there is no "governing body" looking at this? Who should it be?
"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.
"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.