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Workplace Week convention unveils secret to improving UK productivity

Advanced Workplace Associates’ renowned convention, a key part of Workplace Week, the annual celebration of workplace innovation in aid of BBC Children In Need, addressed an array of topical issues at KPMG’s Canary Wharf Auditorium this November


Workplace Week 2013 launches

Showcase of workplace and workforce innovation includes visits, convention and fringe events


Workplace supports Children in Need

This year’s Workplace Week, the annual celebration of workplace innovation in aid of Children in Need, was a great success.


Agile competition at Convention

This year’s Workplace Week Convention, organised by Advanced Workplace Associates as part of Workplace Week, will challenge conventional thinking on organisations and the infrastructure that supports them. The theme is Competing with Agility.


Olympic home working study

In response to predicted pressure on London’s transport infrastructure during the six weeks of the Olympics and Paralympics, many organisations are asking their people to work at or closer to their home. If widely adopted, this strategy will effectively be a large-scale flexible working experiment.


Office divas are just a waste of space

Petty power-plays over office space and ‘nesting’ behaviour are costing many companies an estimated 50 percent extra on their property budgets, according to a report from Advanced Workplace Associates.


Workplace visits for charity are hot tickets

A new addition to the Workplace Week line up next week is the BBC which will be hosting a 90 minute tour in aid of Children in Need.


Green’s report critical of public sector property management

Sir Philip Green finds much to be improved in public sector management practices particularly its property management


Workplaces from Edinburgh to London open for charity

Workplaces in Swindon, Reading, Edinburgh, and London are opening their doors in Workplace Week to enable FMs to learn about innovative ways of working .. all in aid of Children in Need


Workplace visits in aid of charity

Microsoft, Lloyds of London, Nationwide Building Society and Rio Tinto are amongst a number of organisations who have all agreed to participate in Workplace Week, to raise money for Children in Need and celebrate innovation in workplace design, technology and practices.


Less is ‘Green’

Any hope of reducing CO2 to 26 percent below 1990 levels by 2020 has to focus on ‘green occupancy’ argues Andrew Mawson. The greenest buildingyou have could be the one that you do not need to occupy