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Bauhaus at 100: how does its workplace legacy stand up? As the fountainhead of modern architecture, Germany’s Bauhaus design school…

BauhausBauhaus at 100: how does its workplace legacy stand up?

As the fountainhead of modern architecture, Germany’s Bauhaus design school controversially provided the visual basis for management efficiency and control. So why do we still revere it today?

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SydneySuper-experience: what to expect at WORKTECH Sydney 2019

From designing world-class experiences to surfing the tsunami of workplace data, this month’s WORKTECH Sydney conference will dive into some of the most important debates facing the workplace today

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Going global: The World of Work in 2019 explores what’s in store

The Global Partners of WORKTECH Academy have joined forces to create a publication which sets out a series of emerging ideas, predictions and scenarios for the coming year

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Michael GrosamAdidas Arena: why digital is the new game out of town

Adidas has raised expectations of the out-of-town campus through a process of digital transformation for its Munich headquarters, as Michael Grosam of Combine Consulting explains

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BVNThe power of community: expanding beyond the office walls

How is community-building influencing engagement in the workplace? James Grose and Susanne Mayer of architects BVN discuss their latest projects demonstrating the impact of reaching out to the wider community

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ADHDDifferent thinking: how to get the best out of employees with ADHD

Forget the negative narrative around adults with ADHD in the workplace. Employees with cognitive differences have a great deal to offer, so long as managers are willing to build a productive relationship

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Seeing double: how the digital twin is transforming facilities management

As the role of facilities management becomes more complex, developing technologies are shaping up to lend a hand in the form of the digital twin

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Typecast? The false dichotomy of engaged and disengaged employees

Defining employees as either engaged or disengaged risks over-simplifying the complex web of behaviours that people exhibit at work. Here are five personality types that deepen the debate about company engagement

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Here comes 2019: the lexicon of work that points to the way ahead

What are the new buzzwords to bandy around as we head into the new year? WORKTECH Academy gathers up the prime suspects in a round of predictions drawn from its global network

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Spontaneous, social and green: London lifts the lid on the new workplace

In the search for more innovation and wellbeing in the workplace, could chance encounters and biophilic design be a winning combination? Speakers at WORKTECH London’s 2018 conference suggested how the future might unfold  

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