21 - 23 November 2017 | Auckland New Zealand

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Presentation

The importance of harnessing the right change management for reshaping perceptions on ABW

In this presentation from Next Generation Workplaces 2016, Antony Welton, Human Resources Director at Vodafone New Zealand explores:

  • Involving staff at the initial stages of the project planning and processing
  • How to implement the right strategies that work for you and your team in creating a smooth transition
  • Integrating the right ABW environment to develop clarity and efficient skill management among the team

Beyond furniture – What workplace innovation and planning actually involves

In this presentation from Next Generation Workplaces 2016, Sarah Judkins, Chief Strategy Officer at NZME explores:

  • Ensuring workplace planning expands further than just the physical environment through assessing internal company needs and culture
  • Crafting workplaces that support different working styles to increase productivity and engagement
  • Analysing the impacts of emerging technology on models for workplace design and its effect on future agile workplaces and company culture

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Video

Insights into Key Trends Shaping Next Generation Workplaces

Ahead of Next Generation Workplaces New Zealand 2017 we chat to Peter Black, National Director of Workplace Strategy at Colliers International. In this Q&A discussion Peter shares with us the trends shaping the modern workplace, and explores how these trends are driving employee engagement, productivity and wellbeing.  

Article

Colliers: Insights into Key Trends Shaping Next Generation Workplaces

Ahead of Next Generation Workplaces New Zealand 2017 we chat to Peter Black, National Director of Workplace Strategy at Colliers International. In this Q&A discussion Peter shares with us the trends shaping the modern workplace, and explores how these trends are driving employee engagement, productivity and wellbeing.

Case Study

Google: Fostering Innovation & Engagement with Workplace Design

Ahead of Next Generation Workplaces 2017 we chat to Jeremy Neuner, Head of Real Estate and Workplace Services at Google, who, for the sixth year running, has landed the top spot on Fortune Magazines list of the Best Companies to Work For.

The $75 billion tech titan, famous for luxe perks like free gourmet food, haircuts and free shuttle services that make staff commutes easier and more productive, is ahead of the game when it comes to optimising staff engagement, creativity, innovation and wellbeing.

In this article Jeremy shares with us how Google’s Googleplex Headquarters in Mountain View, California is fostering innovation and optimising staff engagement through a balance of people, space and technology. 

News Media

10 Workplace Trends You'll See In 2018

Every year I give my forecast for the top 10 workplace trends for the upcoming year. The purpose is to help prepare organizations for the future by collecting, assessing and reporting the trends that will most impact them. You can read my predictions from 20132014, 2015, 2016 and 2017. These trends are based on hundreds of conversations with executives and workers, a series of national and global online surveys and secondary research from more than 450 different research sources, including colleges, consulting firms, non-profits, the government and trade associations.

Fonterra to move about 1500 staff into new world HQ

Fonterra job cuts don't appear to be impacting plans for the diary giant's move into new 1.6ha international headquarters from early next year.

Maury Leyland, managing director of people, culture and strategy, outlined the programme to shift about 1500 people into the building - the same number which has often been cited and 500 more people than were announced when Fonterra's lease of the premises was announced in 2013.

How Offices Are Innovating To Improve Our Happiness, Productivity And Well Being

So let's consider the "future of work". According to Gallup's 2014 State of the Global Workplace report, 51% of workers said they weren't engaged with 17% saying they were actively disengaged. So what can improve these dismal stats and increase productivity and workplace happiness? The answer is office design. With the way we work changing, where we work needs to keep up. According to the authors of Ethonomics: Designing For The Principles Of The Modern Workplace, the slump in our offices solved by taking a different approach to design.