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Global Workplace Analytics — the experts in making

the business case for agile workplace strategies

In a rapidly changing world, workplace agility is a must.

Your workplace strategy and work practices must support a wide range of

business activities and be optimized to maximize employee:

Engagement  |  Productivity  |  Creativity  |  Innovation

And to stand the test of time, you must continually measure

the results you’ve achieved against organizational goals.

We are a globally-recognized authority on helping organizations do just that.

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We work with employers and communities to develop goals and measure the impacts of their workplace strategies. We convince stakeholders of the need for change. And we partner with a select group of workplace product and service providers in thought leadership and customer engagements.



Our practice is informed by a proprietary database of over 4,000 documents on agile work, telework and telecommuting, alternative workplace strategies, workplace flexibility, employee wellness and well-being, and more.



Here you will find tools you can use including a research roundup; white papers; company, employee, and environmental savings calculators; business cases; sample agreements; details on special topics such as ADA, tax, legal issues; and more.



We have become one of the top global authorities on mobile and remote work and a trusted resource on a wide variety of workplace topics for for some of the most prestigious media outlets around the globe.


Organizations that continue to use

19th Century workplace designs and

20th Century workplace practices to do

21st Century work

will not survive.

Let Us Help You Make the Case for Change!

We Have The Facts, We Have the Authority,

and We Speak C-Suite



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Wrist-based sensors tell wearers which design puts them most at ease

The project studied visitors’ neurological responses to different interiors; it was a collaboration with an architect, furniture brand, and laboratory.


During Milan Design Week, Google debuted an wristband that measures sweat, skin tension, and heart rate. After wearers were walked through a series of three rooms, each distinctly designed to evoke a sense of calm, a printout showed which one put them most at ease. Though experimental, the technology holds the promise of furthering the science of design.

0 / / Apr 23, 2019
DisruptHR in San Fran with Josh Bersin!—It’s selling out quickly. Just $45 (4/30 starting at 5:30). 

DisruptHR in San Fran with Josh Bersin!—It’s selling out quickly. Just $45 (4/30 starting at 5:30). 

Do you know about the 21 new jobs that will help drive the future? How about building a gig economy inside your company? Did you know your career could advance through a community? Would you like to hear how a marketing guy is turning engagement upside down?

Join us fellow disrupters and thought leaders and participate on how to create a "new" HR. Josh Bersin our keynote followed by 8 outstanding speakers in our “lightning round” format.

You'll also enjoy wine, drinks, scrumptious bites and power networking throughout the evening. We look forward to seeing you there!













I'm helping to promote the DisruptHR in SF on 4/30. It looks like a fabulous event and it's just $45. Here's the lineup: Josh Bersin will describe a “Simply Irresistible Organization. Kelley Stevens-Waiss will describe how she is re-skilling an up-skilling talent in an internal gig marketplace. Vlad Coho will describe how product marketing principles and agile methods can turn the engagement model upside down. Here's the link (it won't let me shorten it):

0 / / Apr 23, 2019
How to overcome the common challenges in workplace change

How to overcome the common challenges in workplace change

What is the workplace all about and what are the key success factors to creating performing workplaces?


Workplace Evolutionary, Kati Barklund, offers succinct advice on the importance of the culture element of workplace change:

- Strategic alignment

- People-centricity

- Workplace holistics

- Workplace continuity

0 / / Apr 01, 2019