Getting collaboration just right will be the new focus for both digital and physical work places

We should be careful not to read too much into the results of the ongoing Great Workplace Experiment, if only because it is happening under very peculiar conditions. We’ll only really understand it in retrospect and what we’ll probably conclude is that it taught us things we already knew (more or less) about humans, their …

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Ethical behaviour and better ideas are linked to great office design

We’ve reported before on What’s Up about the important role of office design in nurturing individual wellbeing and bringing people together to collaborate. However, sophisticated the collaborative technology we have at our disposal, it always turns out that certain behaviours and ideas can best (and sometimes only) be nurtured in physical space.

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The changing conversation about workplace wellbeing has gone full circle

It’s become something of a cliché to say that the pandemic sparked the largest ever experiment into remote working. Which is true … except for a couple of not-so-small things. One is that the workplace exists in a state of permanent beta. And quite right too. If it isn’t constantly adapting to changing circumstances, it …

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