How to Think Like a Workplace Strategist, Part II of II
Workplace strategy can be defined through varying lenses in a subjective school of thought.
As discussed in Part I of “How To Think Like a Workplace Strategist,” there are varying schools of objective strategy that aid in solving workplace challenges. …
How to Think Like a Workplace Strategist, Part I of II
Women’s History Month Highlight: Helen Watts
Women’s History Month Highlight: Frances Bruns, IIDA
Women’s History Month Highlight: Holly Briggs, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Women’s History Month Highlight: Beverly Horii, OAA, ARIDO, LEED AP
Women’s History Month Highlight: Kindell Williams, LEED AP
Women’s History Month Highlight: Kim Parsley, IIDA, LEED AP BD+C
Women’s History Month Highlight: Sheri Ginett, IIDA, NCIDQ
Women’s History Month Highlight: Richelle Nolan, IIDA, ASID, CCIDC
Women’s History Month Highlight: Reetika Vijay, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Strategy in 2015: Flexibility Breeds Innovation
Mobility in the office provides opportunities for disruption—or the advancement of idea sharing and communication.
When it comes to innovation in workplace design, there isn’t a line that miraculously appears in the sand where something happens. What we’ve seen over …
Strategy in 2015: Longer Lifespans Are Changing Your Business
With a workforce that is living longer, the need for continuing education and the nature of careers is altering workplace dynamics.
Thanks to medicine, technology, and improvements in public health, we are living longer. According to the Centers for Disease …
Strategy in 2015: Pop-Ups Change the Office
With the non-committal nature of the pop-up world and demand for individual control, mass customization is going mainstream.
Staying abreast of meta trends – in other words, global drifts – across all disciplines of design and business is vital to …
Strategy in 2015: Cooperative Networks Overtake Collaboration
Technology and its continued facilitation of idea sharing will define a more fluid workspace.
As open sourcing becomes more mainstream and collective intelligence across disciplines and industries continues to blur boundaries, where and how employees work will continue to shape …
Strategy in 2015: Wearable Technology is Changing the Workplace
As the workforce tracks activity for personal goals, data from wearables provides additional insights for workplace consultants.
Wearable technology is continuing to make waves in the fitness and fashion worlds, and its role in the workplace is quickly taking shape…
Building on Thirty Years
IA Executive Directors David Bourke and Tom Powers take note of 2014 milestones and plan for a robust year ahead.
Last year was a special year for IA as we celebrated our 30–year anniversary by working on projects …
An IA Q+A with IIDA’s 2014/2015 International President
In Chicago earlier this year, IA’s New York Design Director Julio Braga, IIDA, LEED AP, was sworn in as Acting President of the International Interior Design Association‘s board. In between project work and an active travel itinerary, Braga shared …
What is the Value of Workplace Design?
Contributing to the problem of the productivity discourse has been the design and facilities management profession’s inability to articulate just what the real value of good workplace design can mean to an organization. The root of this problem lies …
The Productivity Debate and Why It Fails