If you want to make God laugh, tell him your plans. Woody Allen’s wise observation could have been made for this year. But it’s not… Read More »Flexible working and wellbeing? We already know how that all works
Has working at home during lockdown made people more productive or not? This has been the subject of some lively debate recently. Many companies do… Read More »Why some people are more productive working from home than others
The expression “if these walls could talk” is taking on an entirely new meaning with the emerging opportunity to create digital twins for buildings. Across… Read More »Buildings with a digital twin have a lot to tell us
In November 2019, just before that thing happened, there was this… The worst workplace related news story of 2019 is also one of the most… Read More »From the archive: Escaping the gravity of the fixed times and places of work
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