Workplace Trends London, 2018

Workplace Trends London, 2018

Workplace Trends 2018: People, Place, Performance

Sessions included:

Office Design, 2030, and the fight against political correctness at work
- James Woudhuysen

Going Circular at PwC – Our 10 year journey
- Bridget Jackson, PwC

Active Lifestyle at Work: The Facts
- John Buckley, Centre for Active Living, University Centre Shrewsbury

Visual Ergonomics in the Workplace: See it right, feel better
- Jonathan Brune, Durable

Artificial Intelligence and the Workplace
- Antony Slumbers, estates today

Designing the Workplace in the Age of Algorithms & Machine Learning
- Lorena Espaillat Bencosme and Philipp Siedler, Zaha Hadid

Environmental Conditions in the Workplace
- Itai Palti, Hume & Conscious Cities

30 years of Biophilic Research
- Madeleine Evans and Kenneth Freeman, Plants@Work

Designing for Differences: Neurophysiological Factors and Office Acoustics
- Tania Barney, Tania Barney Consultancy & Paige Hodsman, Saint-Gobain Ecophon

Crisis of Focus: What we are forgetting about in the age of connectedness
- Michal Matloň, HB Reavis

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Workplace Trends London, 2018
  • 5.7 Designing the Workplace in the Age of Algorithms & Machine Learning

    With Lorena Espaillat Bencosme and Philipp Siedler, Zaha Hadid

    This presentation examines how algorithms and machine learning are creating unprecedented opportunities to design exemplary workplaces. Lorena and Philipp will demonstrate with examples of current advanced computational analytics inc...

  • 5.6 Artificial Intelligence and the Workplace

    With Antony Slumbers, estates today

    AI, whether we realise it or not, is impacting our lives right now in significant ways. From monitoring our credit card usage for fraud, to filtering our email for spam, to recommending what to watch on Netflix, to recognising our friends in photographs on Fac...

  • 5.9.1 Crisis of Focus: What we are forgetting about in the age of connectedness

    With Michal Matloň, HB Reavis

    Cooperation, communication, connectedness. These are the words that you have probably stumbled upon when thinking about how to improve your workplace. Achieving effective collaboration is one of the most discussed goals of today’s business world. To achieve it, we a...

  • 5.9.0 Designing for Differences: Neurophysiological Factors and Office Acoustics

    With Tania Barney, Tania Barney Consultancy & Training &
    Paige Hodsman, Saint-Gobain Ecophon

    Office noise can be a significant problem for knowledge workers, particularly in open plan environments.  Auditory distractions have an impact on performance, health, well-being and overall workplace sat...

  • 5.8 Environmental Conditions in the Workplace

    With Itai Palti, Hume & Conscious Cities

    Workplace design is not just about providing the right spaces to facilitate required work activities; it's also about providing the right environmental conditions.

    Itai is a practicing architect and researcher focusing on designing with the human experie...

  • 5.4 Visual Ergonomics in the Workplace: See it right, feel better

    With Jonathan Brune, Durable

    Ergonomic design plays an increasing role in the workplace; think adjustable workstations, acoustic systems and improved air quality, for example. Yet lighting, an essential aspect of workplace ergonomics, still only plays a secondary role or remains unconsidered.

    L...

  • 5.5 Beyond Biophilic Design: Creating great physical environments ...

    With Madeleine Evans and Kenneth Freeman, Plants@Work 

    After 30 years of much research into the benefits of plants, Biophilia and biophilic design are now offered as the cure for poor workplace environments. And it is true that enriched spaces (and biophilically enriched spaces) lead to better h...

  • 5.2 Going Circular at PwC - Our 10 year journey

    With Bridget Jackson, PwC

    As a professional services firm, you might expect PwC to be one of the last companies to think about the circular economy. Yet, over the past 10 years, the firm has systematically applied the principles to its business. Starting with better waste management,

    PwC has es...

  • 5.1 Office Design, 2030, and the fight against political correctness at work

    With James Woudhuysen

    Lower your carbon footprint. Lower your plastics footprint. Ban lifts; insist people take the stairs, Become ‘global head of wellness’ and develop a full-service programme to help mothers of infants – brand it ‘LifeCare milkship’. If you’re a man, say the word MENOPAUSE thr...

  • 5.3 Active Lifestyle at Work: The Facts

    With John Buckley, Centre for Active Living, University Centre Shrewsbury

    John has some striking research and evidence to share about the best ways to enjoy a healthy, productive and lengthy (work) life.

    John’s career in sport (originally as a tennis coach) and in exercise and health (exercise ...