The dust of the pandemic has not yet settled and it’s becoming increasingly clear there is no magic solution. Going forward, organizations will rely deeply on culture, trust, and new management styles to make things work. Metrics of the past will be replaced with performance and corporate goal measurements. Developers are thinking one thing, while coworking insiders envision another. We’ll explore all of this and more through our interactive forum, packed with pro-to-pro conversations, ultimately culminating in a virtual guide for corporations on creating the next work environment.
This series is the prelude for The Next Office 2.0, an in-person retreat, and more advanced version of this summer’s interactive conversation.
Next up in the series:
Corporate Real Estate & The Occupiers Perspective
Wednesday, July 28th at 11 AM EST
A conversation with the leading workplace experts from the world’s foremost real estate firms to share their perspectives, ideas, and questions on the full range of issues and challenges that surround getting back to the office. The conversation will look beyond the physical environment to the drivers that shape our environment. Traditional standards are no longer valid and there are more questions and increasingly rapid change. As a result, the workplace is receiving more consideration and scrutiny than ever before.
The panel will examine how are corporate leaders and occupiers are thinking about the workplace in the post-pandemic world, including the CEO’s perspective and how it is different from the people returning to the office, as well as, the biggest concerns, questions, and challenges facing the workplace. It will include topics such as diversity and inclusion, inequity, urban infrastructure, the digital divide, and where there are opportunities to improve, and the risks returning from over a year of remote work.
Moderator: Bob Fox, Work Design Magazine + FOX Architects
To view the rest of the Summer Series Program click here.