Edible Packaging, Heads-Up Movement and Haptic Technology—just a few items from our annual list of 100 Things to Watch for the year ahead. It’s a wide-rang
Jim Meredith's insight:
I've always like these JWT outlooks. Most interesting to me are the number of very clever ideas burbling up in the economy. Most relevant to me are the mashups I can create from them that inform our strategic contexts.
GREAT study by PwC, the University of Southern California, and London Business School looks at millennials' attitudes toward work, how they will impact workplace dynamics, and how companies should adjust their talent strategy to accommodate this new reality.
There has been much buzz lately about the results from a study by McKinsey Global Institute, which estimated that knowledge worker productivity could potentially be increased with 20-25 percent with use of social technologies.
ABCN's Officing Today Is collaborative office design hurting workplace productivity? SmartPlanet.com The trendy theory in office design is that open, cubicle-less workspaces foster a creative, collaborative workplace.
Most of us, at some point in our lives, have worked in organizations that are rigid and unyielding. You know, cubicle world -- acres of gray carpeting bathed in florescent light. We all know these kinds of work cultures breed mediocrity.
BIG releases plans for the Telus Sky Tower, a new eco residential and office project in the heart of downtown Calgary.
BIG is making headway in Canada with a brand new LEED Platinum residential and office tower for downtown Calgary. Located in the heart of the city right next to a light rail station and the Foster + Partners-designed Bow Skyscraper, the Telus Sky Tower provides office space on the lower floors, then tapers and twists to accommodate private residences and a sky garden up top. The new eco tower will help create a more vibrant and walkable city center.
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