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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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and

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Based on our work with public and private sector employers and an examination of over 4,000 documents, case studies, and research papers, we’ve built models to quantify the economic, societal, and environmental benefits of alternative workplace strategies for the US, UK, and Canada. Hundreds of organization and community leaders have used our custom models to make their own case for workplace change.



Global Workplace Analytics conducts independent research and consults on emerging workplace issues and opportunities. We specialize in making the management case for workplace flexibility, well-being programs, mobile work, activity-based work settings, and other agile workplace strategies.




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WE:Hub are springing up all over the globe! Check the schedule for events in your area. 
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WE:Hub are springing up all over the globe! Check the schedule for events in your area. 

WE is a truly global community and thanks to our WE:Hubs the list of local events continues to expand.

Source: we.ifma.org

Come to one of our great local events:

 

Date/Time Event 07/26/2018
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM WE Hub NYC Cocktail Party
Allsteel Showroom, New York NY

WE NYC HUB Event

07/31/2018
3:45 PM - 7:30 PM William Blair Tour & Case Study: Leveraging Performance Metrics to Impact the Workplace
William Blair, Chicago Illinois

WE Hub Chicago Event

08/01/2018
4:00 PM - 6:30 PM WE: Hub Southeast Wisconsin Launch Event
Eppstein Uhen Architects – Rooftop Terrace, Milwaukee WI 

Hub Launch

08/05/2018
4:00 PM - 7:30 PM WE Hub SoCal Wine Tasting
Long Beach Yacht Club, Long Beach CA

WE Hub SoCal Event

09/19/2018 - 09/21/2018 WE Finland transdisciplinary workplace research conference
Tampere University of Technology, Tampere 

WE Finland and the Transdisciplinary Workplace Research (TWR) network welcomes participants to the 1st Bi-annual Conference on work environment research

09/26/2018
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM September UK WE:Hub: Smartworking Summit
Smartwork Summit, London 

September WE:Hub UK: Owning the Mindset Change

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Don’t miss the July 14-15 WE/CREC INNOVATION WORKSHOP – Designing for the Experience (Nike Campus, Portland OR)
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Don’t miss the July 14-15 WE/CREC INNOVATION WORKSHOP – Designing for the Experience (Nike Campus, Portland OR)

Members of the WE and CREC communities are collaborating to design a unique, experiential conference that engages participants around the challenge of: Designing for the Experience.

Source: we.ifma.org

Important Details:
Where: Nike Campus in Portland, OR
When:  July 14 -15 2016
Cost:    $299; limited to 90 attendees

What is the Innovation Workshop?

Members of the WE and CREC communities are collaborating to design a unique, experiential conference that engages participants around the challenge of: Designing for the Experience.

The conference will spark a dialogue on various forms of disruption – digital, customer demands, finance, worker preferences – facing our industry and their impact on how we design to meet evolving demands.

Expect to experience conference disruption in various ways and to interact on how the shake up changes your own perceptions and practices!

Why Attend?

Now is the time for this special event! “WE|RE in a moment of tremendous and diverse disruptions.”  How do we think, interact and react in order to Design for the Experience?

Participants will benefit from a new conversation that talks differently about the impacts of disruptions on how we design for the experience.  Different tracks will enable active, thought-provoking learning to take back and apply in your daily work.

 

 

0 / / Jul 11, 2018
A comprehensive and proscriptive report on job loss due to automation from McKinsey
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A comprehensive and proscriptive report on job loss due to automation from McKinsey

Demand for technological, social and emotional, and higher cognitive skills will rise by 2030. How will workers and organizations adapt?

Source: www.mckinsey.com

If you or your clients are worried about how automation will impact the future of jobs, this 84-page report is a must-read. It includes breakdowns by industry, geography (US vs Western Europe), and extent of adoption. 

 

It devotes many pages to what organizations are doing to prepare. Key strategies include:

  • More continuous learning
  • The creation of new business units
  • More cross-functional collaboration
  • More agile ways of working
  • More team-based work

 

Dividing organizations into three buckets: extensive, moderate, and limited adopters of automation, it reveals substantially different views of the future world and in how each group is preparing for it. Of concern, is that the slow adopters will not invest in the preparation strategies outlined above and that, at the macro level, will create significant economic hardship for the most vulnerable.

0 / / Jul 10, 2018



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