Future Offices is going digital! Check out the Online Event Agenda to get a scope on the topics, sessions, and speakers we have on board so far.
This Online Event will be centered around changing tenant demands, work-from-home best practices, new flex office trends, maintaining employee motivation at home, strategies for the return to the office and more.
Introducing employees to culture, structure, and language as workplace strategies.
The Science Behind Occupant Focused Specification To Achieve Improved Building Performance, Occupant Productivity And PerceptionPresentation by:
Lucas Hamilton, Manager, Building Science Applications, CertainTeed/Saint-Gobain
At the 2019 Future Offices Winter, we sat down with Larry Segal, Real Estate Development Lead at Atlassian to discuss:
Organizations are increasingly realizing that in order to attract and retain topmost talent, they must ensure work environments promote productivity, wellness and meaningful, human interactions. However, accomplishing this requires more that simply a deep understanding of space usage and work process but, above all else, empathy. To truly understand what employees expect from and how they engage with their work environments, office design leaders have to start building emotional connections with employees. But how can you build emotional connections with employees at scale? Ahead of the 2019 Future Offices conference, we sat down with office design leaders from Instacart, Citrix, HMS, and more to find out.
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This panel from the 2019 Future Offices Summer Features:
- Richard Sexton, President, Office Freedom - Kevin Anderson, Director Of Membership Development, CommonGrounds Workplace - Lucia Diana, Global Real Estate, Verizon
Lynn Roger, Global Head of Employee Experience & Workplace Transformation, BMO Financial Group
Mohamed Rajan, Managing Director, Head Workplace Experience, BMO Financial Group
Michelle Caldwell, North America Digital Workplace Transformation Lead, Avanade
Ruven Gotz, Workplace Experience Lead, Avanade
Robert Soler, VP Human Biological Technologies and Research, BIOS
he rise of digital technology and changing customer expectations has transformed commercial landlords from rent collectors to service providers. Though cost and location will always be top priorities for commercial tenants, modern tenants also want flexibility, connectivity, lively, urban surroundings and, above all else, VALUE. As a result, the landlords who embrace the transition to "space-as-a-service" are the ones that will thrive in 2020 and beyond.
Given all of the changes afoot, we at Future Offices created this new report outlining the top 6 things office space tenants want with a special focus on:
Over the last 40 years, technology and innovation have impacted nearly every industry from finance to travel to retail. Amazon delivers our orders in hours, we can book a vacation in minutes, and soon we’ll take driverless uber rides to work, -yet the way design and construction services are delivered has remained largely unchanged. The current process is slow, risky, lacks coordination, and budgets are often blown as result. In fact, in 2015, Mckinsey listed the construction industry as the second to last industry to benefit from digitization ( just ahead of hunting). There must be a better way – and there is. Come join our panel discussion as we discuss new innovations in design and delivery that will revolutionize the way we think about delivering workplaces.
Budgets. We all have them and building workspaces that are not only beautiful and functional, but also don't break the bank is one of the most challenging yet rewarding aspects of the office design process.
With that in mind, we sat down with 3 speakers from our upcoming Future Offices Spring, Sarah Dailey, Workplace Strategy + Design at Whole Foods, as well as Sharon Steinberg, Project Director, and Vince Flickinger, Director of Design, both from Gensler, to discuss:
Curious to see who attended previous Future Offices events? Download our Past Attendee Snapshot to get a preview of who you can expect to meet & learn from at our 2020 spring event!
At Future Offices Winter 2020 (January 22 – 24) in New York City at Convene’s brand new space at 225 Liberty Street, we got the chance to have a one-on-one with AJ Greulich, Head of Workplace and Real Estate, US & Canada Geo Lead at Uber. He discusses:
At Future Offices Winter 2020 (January 22 – 24) in New York City at Convene’s brand new space at 225 Liberty Street, we got the chance to have a one-on-one with Katherine Huh, Advisory Real Estate Director at PwC. She discusses:
Perhaps your current system is aging and in need of replacement, or your organization has reprioritized physical security and updated its requirements. Regardless of the motivation for change, approaching a new technology project is easier with an understanding of your organization and team’s needs, the solutions landscape and the purchasing process.
This step-by-step guide breaks down some of the ways to assess your current surveillance system, determine your business needs, evaluate the current market and conduct a successful product trial. Following this process will help you be better equipped to choose the right security camera system for your business.
Future Offices Winter 2020 was an incredible experience that brought together the best of the best from the workplace industry; the highest ranked workplaces, biggest brands and most innovative companies! The epicenter of the conference was at Convene's brand new space at 225 Liberty Street in New York City and our Site Tours at SAP, Uber, LinkedIn and more provided one-of-a-kind access to strategies and design at work. With exceptional testimonials from a wide variety of attendees, we're excited for the future. Watch the trailer now!