Each workplace is a unique combination of people and process, technology, and place, all of which change over time.
Revolutionary changes in information technology, generational shifts, and a much more global and mobile workforce are just some of the trends rewriting the rules on how future workplaces will be organised, value will be created, and interactions will take place.
Delivering the workplace of the future
Read about how Arup’s Living Workplace team of change management specialists, ICT experts, designers, engineers, organisational psychologists and project managers develop solutions to future-proof the workplace, reduce risk, and enhance its value over the long term.
“Today’s 22 year olds have never known a world without the Internet, mobile telephony or laptops. Most will never have seen a floppy disk. Change is constant – it is context that is variable. Their perceptions of ‘worktime’ and ‘workplace’ mean we need to ask ourselves what they think is normal, and use this to order our own thinking about change. Employers need to be prepared to embrace change in order to help cultivate and mentor their younger employees.”
— Dr Chris Luebkeman, Head of Innovation, Arup
Watch our video case study
How Arup applied its Living Workplace methodology for the EIB (via video.arup.com)