“In the modern workplace, Friday is the happiest day of the week”

Way back in 2012 we were privileged to welcome Nic Marks to our stage to speak on "How (and why) happiness works as a business model".He has since become a TED speaker, and is one of the most sought after presenters in the arena of happiness and productivity at work. Here's our recording of his … Continue reading “In the modern workplace, Friday is the happiest day of the week”

Changes you’ll probably see in the workplace in 2020

The last decade has seen a number of changes in the structure of the average workforce. Advancements in technology, attitudes, and cultures are changing what it means to be a worker and what it means to run a business. As we are now into a new decade, we’ve seen hints of trends that will appear … Continue reading Changes you’ll probably see in the workplace in 2020

Research results: Personal preferences in the workplace

The debate on open plan versus enclosed offices rages on, but workplace design is not a such a simple dichotomy. Office occupants clearly have different workplace preferences, depending on factors like personality, personalisation, flexibility and sense of belonging etc. This summer Herman Miller and Workplace Trends commissioned Workplace Unlimited to conduct a short on-line survey … Continue reading Research results: Personal preferences in the workplace

Podcast : What do people really want at work?

Branding specialist and Spacecraft Podcaster Dan Moscrop recently spent some time talking with workplace expert and psychologist Nigel Oseland. In the podcast they look at what people REALLY want at work; whether open plan is as rubbish as everyone says it is; how to use data to prove design works; and touch on Nigel's current … Continue reading Podcast : What do people really want at work?