Spacecraft — The Workplace Design Podcast

Workplace Trends: Why bringing human experience into the workplace is crucial

October 18, 2019 Daniel Moscrop / Workplace Trends Season 2 Episode 5
Spacecraft — The Workplace Design Podcast
Workplace Trends: Why bringing human experience into the workplace is crucial
Chapters
0:54
Marie Puybaraud: Workplace — Powered by Human Experience
5:25
Killian Keller, Electrolux: the corporate tribe and rehumanizing the workplace and surviving the digital transition
10:37
Steve Gale, M Moser Associates: responding to your customer in real time - how can we deliver space as a service?
16:17
Catherine Bonnett, CBWorkPlaces: the Olympic House – user experience
22:13
Nerys Mutlow, Head of Future Workplace Services, Fujitsu: successful business transformation strategies and employee engagement
29:09
Deborah Wilder, Interaction Associates: the importance of getting people moving and breaking down silos
32:25
Neil Rebeugeot and Rebecca Goldberg, ARUP: managing change and the importance of core values in property and business
39:14
Ed Suttie, BRE, and Oliver Heath, Oliver Heath Design: The Biophilic Office – putting people first
46:11
Madeleine Evans, Levell: mental health and productivity in work culture
52:02
Rachel Edwards, Lendlease: designing out loneliness in the workplace
58:14
Nigel Oseland, Workplace Unlimited: summing up
Spacecraft — The Workplace Design Podcast
Workplace Trends: Why bringing human experience into the workplace is crucial
Oct 18, 2019 Season 2 Episode 5
Daniel Moscrop / Workplace Trends

Did you miss Workplace Trends? Don't worry we've got a pocket version... In this Workplace Trends special we attended the London event on October 15th 2019 event and grabbed as many speakers as we could. In this episode, among others, we speak to:

  • Killian Keller from Electrolux on The Corporate Tribe and Rehumanizing the Workplace and Surviving the Digital Transition
  • Marie Puybaraud on Workplace — Powered by Human Experience; 
  • Nerys Mutlow, Head of Future Workplace Services at Fujitsu on Successful business transformation strategies and employee engagement.
  • Catherine Bonnett of CBWorkPlaces, on the Olympic House: user experience
  • Ed Suttie of Bre and Oliver Heath on The Biophilic Office — Putting People First
  • Neil Rebeugeot and Rebecca Goldberg from ARUP on Managing Change and the importance of core values in property and business
  • Madeleine Evans of Levell on Mental Health and Productivity in work culture
  • Rachel Edwards from Lendlease on Designing out Loneliness in the Workplace.
  • Nigel Oseland of Workplace Unlimited summing up.

(See the chapter markers to skip to each speaker)

It's still amazing me how many of the talks were about how we need to think more about people... who or what are we designing our workplaces for currently?

Enjoy.

If you'd like some further reading check out Neil Usher's blog http://workessence.com/

#WTLondon 

Show Notes Chapter Markers

Did you miss Workplace Trends? Don't worry we've got a pocket version... In this Workplace Trends special we attended the London event on October 15th 2019 event and grabbed as many speakers as we could. In this episode, among others, we speak to:

  • Killian Keller from Electrolux on The Corporate Tribe and Rehumanizing the Workplace and Surviving the Digital Transition
  • Marie Puybaraud on Workplace — Powered by Human Experience; 
  • Nerys Mutlow, Head of Future Workplace Services at Fujitsu on Successful business transformation strategies and employee engagement.
  • Catherine Bonnett of CBWorkPlaces, on the Olympic House: user experience
  • Ed Suttie of Bre and Oliver Heath on The Biophilic Office — Putting People First
  • Neil Rebeugeot and Rebecca Goldberg from ARUP on Managing Change and the importance of core values in property and business
  • Madeleine Evans of Levell on Mental Health and Productivity in work culture
  • Rachel Edwards from Lendlease on Designing out Loneliness in the Workplace.
  • Nigel Oseland of Workplace Unlimited summing up.

(See the chapter markers to skip to each speaker)

It's still amazing me how many of the talks were about how we need to think more about people... who or what are we designing our workplaces for currently?

Enjoy.

If you'd like some further reading check out Neil Usher's blog http://workessence.com/

#WTLondon 

Killian Keller, Electrolux: the corporate tribe and rehumanizing the workplace and surviving the digital transition
Steve Gale, M Moser Associates: responding to your customer in real time - how can we deliver space as a service?
Catherine Bonnett, CBWorkPlaces: the Olympic House – user experience
Nerys Mutlow, Head of Future Workplace Services, Fujitsu: successful business transformation strategies and employee engagement
Deborah Wilder, Interaction Associates: the importance of getting people moving and breaking down silos
Neil Rebeugeot and Rebecca Goldberg, ARUP: managing change and the importance of core values in property and business
Ed Suttie, BRE, and Oliver Heath, Oliver Heath Design: The Biophilic Office – putting people first
Nigel Oseland, Workplace Unlimited: summing up