The World of Work in 2018: How the Workplace Will Evolve

The practice of flexibility and mobility at work has been around for a long time.  Long enough for companies to come full circle when surfacing data that shows co-location among teams fosters collaboration-centric work leading to increased innovation. IMB grabbed hold of that in 2017 and used it to make the case for ending remote work. […]

New Years Resolution: Reduce Commute Time

 2017 is finally upon us. Resolutions are made far and wide to get more sleep, exercise, eat healthy — all with the best intentions to be a more rested, fit and better self. What is the biggest hurdle in accomplishing these resolutions? Time! Hectic schedules on a weekly basis never allow for enough time. Time[…]

Are Your Company’s Policies As Smart As Your Technology?

Technology, we all have some form of it.  For most, it’s that $500+ computer we carry around in the palm of our hand, our back pocket or on our wrist that can help us find the nearest gas station, our destination, the weather, what’s playing at the local theatre and the ability to purchase a[…]

The Future of Flexible Work

Looking towards the future and how our workplaces are evolving is always inspiring. Earlier this month, PSFK released a great report on The Future of Work, which showcases the breadth of changes underway in how we work. Some workplaces still resist the cultural need for change, but the pressure for organizations to evolve for myriad reasons, not[…]

Productivity Is Not Lost on the Mobile Worker

Contingency planning is one of many reasons why the ability to work from a remote site (home office or otherwise) is a smart solution to minimizing the interruptions a severe weather event can unearth. Continuity of operations in the public and private sectors is essential and Hurricane Sandy is another example that demonstrates why organizations[…]