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The furniture store’s research lab has dreamed up seven ways we might use autonomous vehicles if we don’t actually have to focus on driving.
Is this the future of the mobile office? Ikea Labs thinks it might be. And why not? They see it as a way to work on the way to work. I think about it as a way to bring nature into the office. Imaging parking this thing at a Grand Canyon vista?
Every year delegates from IFMA travel to D.C. to ask members of Congress how we can help and what our members tell us they need and want.
This year, fellow Workplace Evolutionary Kate Lister joined the delegation led by IFMA's Jeff Johnson to champion for telework legislation, FM apprenticeships, continuing work toward better managing the federal real estate portfolio. In total, we spoke to more than a dozen U.S. senators and congressmen.
If you have something you'd like to say about FM or corporate real estate to your federal, state, or local government representatives, consider pulling IFMA's advocacy group into the conversation. With 24k+, members our voice carries some weight.
On the third Thursday of each month, Megan Campbell hosts a stimulating webinar on a leading workplace topics. Members receive an invitation in advance and a link to recordings following the webina…
2018 and a Half Workplace Trends
October 18, 11am-12pm (ET)
Bob Fox will check in on his initial 2018 trend prediction to investigate how they are measuring up against what he is seeing in current projects and products.
Leveraging MBWA (management by walking around) To Drive Workplace Strategy and FM Engagement
November 11, 11am to 12pm (ET)
Steve Monaco will will discuss how to leverage the business management principles of MBWA to increase employee engagement and navigate the potential risks of a pre and post workplace change initiative.
Past WEbinars offer a treasure trove of information. Don't fret if you missed one, you can allows view it here.