The Office is Obsolete, and Other Industry News

Our weekly roundup of workplace news from around the web.

  • Our friend Jeremy Neuneryou may remember him from the Agile Workplace Conference — recently gave a TEDx Talk in Sacramento on how offices (and our idea of them) must evolve to better support the way we work today. Check it out above.
  • WSJ reports on Remote Year, “a year-old program that plucks employees from their work environment and sends them on a round-the-world trip with fellow professionals, all of them working remotely for jobs based thousands of miles away.”
  • Herman Miller opened its first-ever retail store last week in New York: “At 251 Park Avenue South, you’ll find textiles and coverings from Maharam, furnishings from Geiger, authentic modern design from Design Within Reach, and a full range of furnishings and tools from Herman Miller.”
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