While we work on finishing our 2020 Event Guide, take a look at last year's! 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, wellness, co-working, mixed-use, and technology implementation 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:
Employee experience is about more than just reducing turnover. In fact, according to Glassdoor, organizations that invest the most heavily in employee experience outperform the overall market, beating the return on the S&P 500 by as much as 122% between 2009 and 2014.
Though, at first thought, the responsibility of EX may fall on the shoulders of HR and corporate leadership teams, office design leaders certainly play a pivotal role in shaping employee experience from the very first prospective employees walk into the office for their interview until the day they leave. A high tech, fully connected office space not only communicates to employees that your company values innovation and is willing to invest in solutions that increase employee satisfaction, but can also enable employees to work smarter, faster and more collaboratively. Furthermore, as the war for talent rages on, many leading-edge companies are now finding themselves embroiled in an “amenities arms race” trying to out do the competition by offering the latest and, often, flashiest, cutting-edge workplace features and solutions. For these companies, it’s no longer about simply improving productivity through automation or increased connectivity but delivering awe-inspiring, one-of-a-kind employee “super-experiences” that no other company can replicate.
With all this in mind, we took a look at 5 “super-experience” enabling technologies ushering in a new, experience-centric era of commercial real estate and workplace design. Continue reading to find out how you too can successfully leverage emerging tools such as IoT, AR/VR and advanced ergonomics to support innovation, productivity, learning and employee engagement.