Those who are in school today — tomorrow’s future employees — are preparing for a future requiring a rethink. In more profound ways than we’ve seen in decades, we don’t have a grasp on workplace needs of 2030 and beyond. Future-focused workplaces must start today to plan for changes in how work gets done. This will require asking — and answering — a lot of tough questions.
To help understand just what this means—and how workplaces can begin to design for this uncertain future — we sat down with Brady Mick, director of strategic workplace design at architecture and design firm SHP.Read full original article here