Technology is a major factor that is changing how, when and where today’s workers operate. Armed with portable and powerful technology, today’s mobile workers are using their flexibility to be more agile and productive.
How activity-based working will alter facilities managers’ role is explained by LUC KAMPERMAN and SHEILA ZAUTSEN from Veldhoen + Company.
Ten strategies to maximise workspace utilisation are shared by PAT GOEPEL of Asure Software.
The safety and energy issues caused by personal heaters, and how this problem was overcome at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) is shared by NICK JONES, manager of energy management at UNSW.
RODNEY TIMM of Property Beyond discusses the concept of third space and what is needed for third space to be financially viable.
An online ergonomic seating fitment program is taking the guesswork out of finding the right ergonomic office chair.
Brookfield Johnson Controls will provide the first public demonstration of its new workplace utilisation technology, Workplace Motion, at WORKTECH Melbourne 2013 on Tuesday.
Asure Software provides its predictions of the top five workplace management trends that will take place in 2013.
The GPT Group shares how it transformed its existing head office in the MLC Centre into a green, collaborative 21st century workplace and realised the highest satisfaction rating among its employees compared to any other office measured in Australia.
The implication that ‘biophilia’ can have on interior design is highlighted by Ambius.
Workspace design and management are complementary processes that can have a critical incidence on trust formation and maintenance. DR BRIAN PURDEY of Bond University’s Mirvac School of Sustainable Development imparts how they interact to enable trust, satisfaction, motivation and performance.