Is the open plan corporate office still the preferred choice, or does it better reflect a way of working and a work culture that should remain in the 80s and 90s?
There’s a common assumption that older buildings, and especially those with a heritage listing, are uneconomical and difficult to use as modern workplaces.
What are the new etiquettes to help us be a good co-worker? Follow our suggested do’s and don’ts and you won’t go too wrong!
A leaked email from Elon Musk to staff at the Tesla plant in California, published by Elektrek suggests a number of ways that staff can contribute to increasing productivity.
According to research by Mindspace, 21% of 18-24 years olds have turned down a job offer because of the design of the employer’s offices and/or lack of amenities.
We are thrilled to announce that Bristol’s Smart City Operations Centre, designed by PLACEmaking and opened in October 2017, was a winner of the Smart City (Judges Choice) category at the Mobile World Congress GLOMO awards last week.
Alison White, co-founder of PLACEmaking, details her perspective on the rationalisation of the nationwide public sector’s extensive and expensive office estate.
We had a great day at Govnet’s recent Assets and Estates Management Conference 2017 – thank you to everyone who joined us at our seminar and those who came and chatted to us at our stand.
Our brand new ebook lifts the lid on Smart Working practice and provides our thoughts on how to prepare both people and places for the digital future.
Meeting rooms had a specific function in times past when business management methods were slower and more formal.