Blogs | 10/08/2017
Let employees create their own favourite workplace with smart software

Employees can discover for themselves just which factors contribute to their productivity, by gaining a better insight into their own needs and preferences. 

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Blogs | 15/09/2016
Pokémon Go in practice: old ideas giving way to new

What began as a peaceful day on the beach, ended in relative chaos. There I was, playing with my children building the best sandcastle ever, when literally hundreds of people went… 

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Blogs | 04/08/2016
Millennials are growing up too

Where we previously referred to the ‘Snackbar Generation’ or the ‘No-bounds Generation’, increasingly these days a distinction is made by branding groups with an… 

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Blogs | 12/05/2016
Buildings at the service of the people

A building that tells you what it needs sounds very futuristic. The reality is that this vision of the future is closer than you might think. So-called smart buildings offer… 

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Blogs | 14/01/2016
No bad blood in the workplace with technology from Spectre

Injecting nanotechnology into someone’s blood to track where he/she is physically as well as their mental state; is it really science fiction? In the latest Spectre movie… 

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Blogs | 01/10/2015
How the wall in my living room suddenly turned pink due to poor communication

I came home one day to discover that my wife had changed the colour of one of the walls in the living room to an unusual shade of pink. I didn’t get consulted about this before the decision was… 

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Blogs | 02/07/2015
Reducing resistance begins with having to, wanting to and being able to

Change can be painful. There has always been resistance to new ways of working, even when it’s clear that there’s a much better new reality at the end of the process… 

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Blogs | 02/04/2015
A merger is like a good marriage: it starts with getting to know each other

If you are aware of the change that a merger may bring about beforehand, you will not be faced with surprises afterwards. When two organisations, each with their own methods, have to… 

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