6 Nov , 2017
Our innovation legacy began when we received our first patent in 1914. Looking back, it’s clear our company has always been about looking forward. Our past, present, and future are all about turning insights into innovations that unlock the promise of people at work and make the world a better place.
Workplaces are more flexible than ever. The New York Times reports on how the open office is evolving: https://nyti.ms/2YUljWR
Even the most monotonous job can provide some meaning. Here are 6 ways to find it when you’re in a tedious job: https://bit.ly/2lHQR3T
"We’re trying to bring about positive change to the people we’re working with as well as to our planet." — Kim Dabbs, Steelcase director of social innovation and engagement https://bit.ly/30thcS1
Now that office walls have come down, workers are ducking into closet-sized “pods” for privacy and quiet. CityLab reports on this open office solution: https://bit.ly/2XADFQb
Take some time off this summer. Not only will you get to have a little fun, but your brain, your work and your manager will thank you. https://bit.ly/2LzeOFi
Cavatina, Odo Fioravanti's latest chair created in collaboration with Steelcase, will be available in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and is here to humanize today’s workplaces. https://bit.ly/2RNDStb
HR professionals increasingly have a “seat at the table” and a strategic role in the business. Part of this role should be to provoke new thinking and make some waves—in a good way. https://bit.ly/2XqJa49
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