Our weekly round up of workplace news from around the web.
- According the latest findings from a report published at the GCUC conference, 87 per cent of respondents said having a great office makes them want to actually go to work. FMJ UK reports that the research found offices are improving, workers are happier and more productive, but only in spaces where the design, amenities available and perks on offer combine to meet employee expectations and demand.
- Commercial Property Executive reports on what’s next for for coworking after WeWork’s CEO steps down.
- As part of researching the co-working boom, a Sydney Morning Herald reporter worked out of shared office space in Sydney. Here’s how he went.
- We are undergoing a revolution, says the St. Louis Business Journal, that will not only change how we shop for food, clothes or media, but also how we live and ultimately how we use commercial real estate space.
- When Ford recently unveiled its sweeping plans for a total remake of its Dearborn campus, Detroit Free Press reports that the automaker was careful to overhaul not just the physical environment but also how Ford’s people work together.