This report identifies the three Vs: Virtual, adVantage and Value that will define the benefits of agile working as it emerges over the next decade. As the concept of 'virtuality' gains ground, monetising agility and creating a robust business case for changing the way we work will become essential. Winning strategies at work is all about success. And this success is for both employer and employee as the concept of VWork delivers dividends in a number of areas.
This report sets out to predict the future of work. It presents six trends or forces that are reshaping work, and in turn allowing companies to change the way they organise work. These external forces are: demography, culture, technology, sustainability, transport and property. Together they not only comprise the key overheads of a business, but also the drivers of change that no company can ignore if it is to get into shape as the world emerges from recession.
The report looks at Digital Britain and the road to ubiquitous connectivity, next generation wireless for buildings and cities and intelligent municipal infrastructure. It also explores best practice for local authorities to build, support and share digital infrastructure through case studies of innovation
This report draws on the experience of leading organisations to provide an insight into the benefits of reducing energy consumption and carbon emissions in the workplace, recommendations for a reduction strategy and future directions.
Today’s knowledge economy is changing how we work. Space management is ensuring order in this new work environment. An understanding of the tools is essential for any business executive.
Effective workspace design demands a holistic understanding of technology, people, furniture & real-estate. However the forgotten piece of the jigsaw is often print management.
This is the first comprehensive guide to mobility in the enterprise, analysing the impact on real estate, people and work style as well as reviewing the technology enablers of change. Written in non-technical language, it provides a strategic overview for business executives in over 60 pages of analysis, trends, case studies and visions of the future.
This report is the only comprehensive guide to Bluetooth and the implications for people, business and the built environment. Written in non-technical language it provides a strategic overview for business executives with over 60 pages of analysis, knowledge and vision.