Future Offices is a premium Corporate Real Estate, Workplace, and Facilities conference that reflects the critical, driving continuum to create effectual and innovative offices to maximize employee productivity. The ultimate goal of Future Offices is to bring together top brand executives and thought leaders to provide expertise on how to build and design environments that are not only inspirational, but positive to the enterprise bottom line.
When it comes to workplace implementation or office development, one size, shape, and location does NOT fit all.
This year, Future Offices is here to help you tie in design, facilities management, real estate strategy, wellness, co-working, technology implementation, employee experience, the role of HR/IT, and more to successfully refocus on your employee experience as it relates to your specific company business goals.
Check out our agenda to learn more about the speakers and topics you'll experience onsite!
Check out 3 presentations from our 2018 event series that explore how leading-edge corporations are leveraging technology to design workspaces that drive productivity, collaboration and wellness. Presentations include:
Key themes include:
View 4 presentations exploring how leading-edge organizations are designing offices that drive employee wellness, innovation, connectivity and cultural transformation. Packet includes:
How We Were Able To Transform 100+ Year Old Company Culture With Creation Of A Corporate University
Beyond Benefits & Broccoli: What Employees Really Want From
Flexible Workspaces And Intelligent Space Management
Citrix’s Corporate Real Estate Journey To Create Mobile And Dynamic Workspaces
Key themes of these presentations include:
How do you balance the use of cutting edge office tech with human touch? In this short Q&A, we sat down with BMO Financial Group's Global Head of Employee Experience & Workplace Transformation, Lynn Roger, and Managing Director, Head Workplace Experience, Mohamed Rajan to discuss how and why they've embraced people-centered design.
The future of office design is the human experience. Over the past decade, leading-edge organizations have identified and exploited the connection between office design and employee experience to increase productivity, employee engagement and long-term business performance.
However, to truly understand how employees interact with their work environments and which design elements will drive desired behaviors, office design leaders must do more than just track space utilization; they must forge deep, emotional connections with employees. In addition, to ensure their new human-centric office design initiatives are a success, they must work with stakeholders and partners such as HR and IT to ensure the new space is properly utilized.
In this white paper, we’ve collected 7 case studies from a wide range of companies such as Instacart, Fidelity, Citrix and more to showcase best practices and lessons learning for embracing human-centric design to facilitate increased inter-personal connection. Download this piece to find out how you too can:
You know that there’s under-utilization of desk and office space in your workplace. But how do you objectively measure and quantify it? Even more importantly, what do you do about it? The latest trend and way to save a consideriable amount of money is desk-sharing. But, how do you get there? How do you know it will be a good change for your workspace?
Maybe you’re picturing an office like Google with bright colors, social and gaming spaces, couches and flexible workspaces. Maybe you’re thinking of transitioning from an assigned desk workplace to flexspace. But how do you make such broad changes without taking a huge risk?
This is where understanding what utilization and occupancy are and how the two relate to each other becomes important.
READ THIS PIECE TO FIND OUT:
Commercial real estate has officially been disrupted. The rise of digital technology and evolving customer expectations has transformed commercial landlords from rent collectors to service providers. Though cost and location will always be top priorities for commercial tenants, the landlords that take the time to understand what tenants want in addition to that to are the ones that will be best prepared to keep their spaces filled no matter the external market conditions. With that in mind, we at Future Offices created this new report outlining the top 6 things office space tenants want.
In addition, this report also explores:
The science is clear, large-scale environmental disturbances such as anthropogenic climate change, deforestation and pollution threaten not only our way of life, but our very existence as a species. However, as daunting as this crisis is, architects, CRE developers, facilities managers and other office design leaders are uniquely positioned to confront these issues head on.
With this eBook, we aim to introduce you to the basic, core principles of sustainable office design. Though every “green” project is different, we hope you’ll use the knowledge and resources we provide here to inspire your journey towards a high-performance, environmentally friendly workplace.
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In preparation for January's Future Offices Winter conference, we are thrilled to share the most recent office developments that are taking over the skylines of our country's top cities. DOWNLOAD our latest report to learn more about the top 10 office projects not only exciting investors, but changing the fabric of the very cities they inhabit. Get this inside scoop on:
If you haven't heard already, we started a podcast! This podcast series engages industry-famous experts to join host Kevin Steinberger to talk about the stuff that’s changing the face of the way we work. Real Estate, Workplace, Facilities, HR, and IT -- all of these traditionally siloed departments are combining forces to build a future office like you’ve never seen but need to hear about. To kick things off in episode #1, Michelle Caldwell and Ruven Gotz from Avanade share insights on why the digital transformation of the office needs to start from an emotionally intelligent perspective. Take a look at the recap of the first episode or listen to it here.
Episode #2 of the Future Offices Podcast is here! Our guest, Workplace Technology Strategist at Cisco, Mark Miller, works with both global customers to find the workplacestrategies that work best for them and their workforces, and also his team of Cisco engineers to develop the winning technology innovations that suit customers needs.
Don't have time to tune in for the full podcast? This recap has everything from the podcast wrapped up in an easy-to-read article.
In this episode, we discuss:
As a bonus, at the end of the report, we included the full transcript from the podcast!
Still want to listen? Listen to it here.