The Future Offices Podcast is a new series that brings you an all-encompassing approach to the future of work. Hosted by Kevin Steinberger, the Director of Future Offices, we'll be speaking with various real estate leaders and workplace visionaries each episode who are at the forefront of changing the way we think about where and how we work.
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Director and Producer of the annual Future Offices conferences, Kevin has a diverse commercial understanding in a variety of industry verticals across the corporate real estate, facilities, and workplace sector. Some of his hobbies include bike rides, hitting the beach, drawing, and producing music.
Tony digs into the psychology behind our “work from home” world. One small side-effect of work from home is the loss of unofficial codes of office conduct: the various signs and symbols we all use or react to when functioning in our work lives. Cue increased stress, anxiety, and workload.
We spoke to Tracie Kelly regarding her new Mission Bay project and how sudden shutdowns and shelter-in-place orders put the brakes on planning and production.
On this episode we talk to a seasoned real estate pro, speaker, and advisor about mapping the new post-Covid office, striking a balance between in-person and virtual collaboration, how large enterprises can coordinate safety guidelines to work locally, nationally, and even internationally, and more.
Can you still have the same work culture post pandemic? And where should your focus lie as you plan for your workforce to renter places where many will feel decidedly uncomfortable?
In our first ever case-study style podcast, we talk how monitoring and tracking every part of Banner Health's building life site cycle allowed them to optimize and maximize how they used their office space with FM:Systems.
Although we’re facing a massive change and disruption in workplaces due to Covid-19, Bob feels this could lead to promising outcomes for our offices of the future, especially when it comes to design.
Listen as they discuss the major focus Twitter has placed on their culture in their offices. How has Twitter effectively taken an understanding of both culture and real estate to better the functionality of their spaces? Dive in!
One of my favorite topics and immensely pertinent to corporate real estate. We dive into how real estate, workplace, and facilities teams are combining tactics and strategy with HR. We dive into the why’s, how’s, and unification of these departments.
This episode, we talk to Dr. Michelle Samura about her groundbreaking research on building belonging. Listen and see how Michelle’s latest research, The Architecture of Belonging, is helping companies create better workplaces for our very diverse workforce.
In this episode, Mark and Kevin dive into:
In our very first episode, we dive into tackling digital transformation of the office from a "people perspective".