HUMAN-CENTRED WELLBEING

A DESIGN LED APPROACH TO THE WELL WORKPLACE

... WHAT IS THE QUESTION?

(GERTRUDE STEIN’S FINAL WORDS IN RESPONSE TO BEING ASKED: ‘WHAT IS THE ANSWER?’)

Facts and figures: HUMAN-CENTRED WELLBEING

A design led approach promises to set new standards in how to provide the best place to work.

It avoids top-down decisions and makes everyone’s voice heard in defining the company’s approach to wellbeing.

The expert speaks: DESIGN THINKING

An interview with Jonathan Antonio Edelman, Adjunct Professor at the Hasso Plattner Institut in Potsdam, Germany.

Emerging patterns: TRENDS

Eight case studies of the spaces, applications, initiatives, policies, products and services that reveal the importance of workplace strategy and how the world's greatest companies implement it.

The case study: SEDUS SMART OFFICE

A people-centred approach has been used to design the firm's new offices, combining business strategy with individual wellbeing.

Solutions - Tips to treasure: FOCUS ON HUMAN CAPITAL

How can office furniture offer people the chance to reconfigure their work space each day to quickly and effectively respond to the different needs of individuals and teams?

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