The physical and digital workplace is becoming more ﬂuid and ﬂexible to enable greater productivity and employee happiness.
The physical and digital workplace is becoming more ﬂuid and ﬂexible to enable greater productivity and happiness. Those who work from a central ofﬁce no longer sit in a sedentary environment made up of cubes, but instead work within a dynamic environment that takes into account mental and physical well-being. In our new Future of Work report, PSFK labs discovered that those who work remotely have a variety of new tools at their disposal that allows them to travel more freely between locations and seamlessly connect when they arrive.
Collaborative spaces have spawned labs for initial ideas to be tested and to further inform innovation.
Compact technology continues to proliferate, further aiding workers with the completion of tasks while on-the-go.
Furniture and ofﬁce designs are becoming increasingly ﬂexible to meet the ever changing demands of the workplace.
Health-conscious designs are promoting physical activity to overcome the sedentary nature of desk work and increase focus and productivity.
If you’re looking for more trends, innovative ideas or themes changing the Future of Work, check out our full report for sale here or join us for our Social Media Week discussion with leading experts and industry innovators on Feb 20th. More information here.
For more exclusive PSFK Labs’ ideas, watch the summary presentation and see everything that you’ve missed so far here. Feel free to join the conversation and share your ideas about the future of work with the #FoW hashtag on Twitter.