Creating a culture of collaboration

Collaboration has been shown to support productivity and business performance, as well as improving employee engagement. Implementing the right culture is far from easy, but businesses that get it right stand to attract and retain the best talent

Culture vs perks

Peter Cheese

Perks have their place, but nurturing company culture and a sense of purpose may be more important, says Peter Cheese, chief executive of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development

Blurring boundaries at work

Work revolution is blurring boundaries

The nature of work continues to evolve, often driven by technological innovation, and is now an “anywhere, anytime” culture, writes Edwin Smith

Robots, smart drugs and stand-up meetings

Robots, smart drugs and stand-up meetings

Charles Orton-Jones realises it’s impossible to predict the future, but sees some pointers showing the possible direction of work culture to come

Getting the best from your team

Getting the best from your team

New management structures which empower staff cannot succeed without strong leadership, as Dan Matthews discovers

Has work left the building?

Has work left the building?

When designing an office, organisation, work culture and technology are of primary importance, as Hazel Davis reports

What does Gen Y want?

What does Gen Y want

Alec Marsh finds out how to attract, retain and engage the gifted employees of Generation Y

An office designed for the individual to drive organisational performance

HermanMiller

For companies seeking more from their workplace, a Living Office could be the solution