So the 28-year-old founder of Crew, a startup that pairs clients with Web designers, built his own standing desk from Ikea, laid a yoga mat on the floor -- and stood. Needless to say, Cho doesn't use a standing desk anymore.
Unlocking human promise is a purpose that inspires us and creates an internal imperative to make intentional choices. Fulfilling our purpose requires that we extend ourselves well beyond our four walls to help create the economic, environmental and social conditions that will allow people to reach their full potential
The maker movement—a confederation of people with a passion for creating things who create communities to share equipment, space and ideas—has become a phenomenon throughout the world. Maker Faires, maker spaces and Make Magazine are visible signs of what some are calling a new “do-ocracy”—a renaissance of hands-on tinkering among groups of people who share resources and support each other’s creativity.
While some larger companies have made headlines for requiring employees to return to the office, nearly half of small businesses still offer flexible work arrangements, including the option to telecommute, work part-time or work from home. Go the extra mile for your team by making these accommodations whenever possible. Your willingness to help them balance their busy lives will reap a harvest of dedicated, loyal employees
Recently, Google opened its own coffee shop on its campus in Mountainview, Calif. Branded the Coffee Lab, its décor is reminiscent of a Starbucks, with warm wood paneling, plush upholstered seating and chalkboards that advertise daily specials and upcoming live music. This action is not headline news—especially when you consider how many corporate campuses have coffee shops on location. But it’s a signal that the landscape of workplaces is changing
Teamwork is a lot harder than it used to be. In the not-so-distant past, teammates simply called a meeting, gathered in a conference room and solved problems—or at least they tried to. It wasn’t a perfect process, but it was far less complex.
Combining time-honored patterns and craft techniques with new technology, flooring brands are offering customers a greater quality and choice than ever before. We take a look at the innovations taking place beneath our feet: 1.
When people come together with a shared purpose, in a place that is designed to deliver both what they want and what they need, amazing things can happen. That’s the Power of Place. We’re pleased to announce the opening of our newest WorkLife Center in Los Angeles, California.
In organizations throughout the world, people are working with teammates across multiple locations, meeting face-to-face and virtually to attack challenges, solve problems and innovate together in real time. More and more, these teams are relying on video to connect
It’s splashed across media as the secret sauce for injecting workplaces with fun and vitality. Culture, the reigning champ of hip offices everywhere, promises to fuel employee positivity, productivity and loyalty in small businesses—but do we have proof it actually delivers results?
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