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  • Our 2017 Smartworking Summit series

    Our 2017 Smartworking Summit programme achieved fantastic new heights, with over 700 delegates attending across the March, June, and September dates and five times that number showing interest in attending. What stood out was the calibre of attendees throughout the year – the majority...

  • 12-13 October 2017 Smart Workspace Design Summit

    We are proud to be partnering with the Smart Workspace Design Summit #SWDS in Amsterdam on the 12th – 13th October 2017. On the first day, our John Blackwell is chairing the panel debate "Why do companies transform their offices", it promises to be a sparkling discussion...

  • 7th June 2017 Smartworking Summit precis

    Précis of the 7th June Smartworking Summit The second of our 2017 Smartworking Summits heard from six highly experienced industry leaders; James Collis, Partner (and Managing Partner 2012 - 2016), Ashurst llp Rupert McNeil, CHRO, HM Civil Service Onno Willemse, Global Busine...

  • Royal Society Machine Learning report

    Royal Society Machine Learning report What is the potential of machine learning over the next 5-10 years?  And how can we develop this technology in a way that benefits everyone? The Royal Society’s machine learning project (download the report here) has been investigating thes...

  • Creating a workplace that maximises productivity

    Ground breaking research sampling ~3,000 people to explore the correlations between knowledge worker productivity and the workplace. The term 'knowledge worker' describes those whose work typically involves the use of their minds rather than muscle. Furthermore, knowledge workers... work in an environment that is less standardised and structured ... are likely to be used to working with a certain level of autonomy ... can prove difficult to measure in terms of productivity ... they are often judged on their outcomes or tangible results ... own their key production means - their brains.