In this new podcast series from Allwork.Space, we invite experts in technology, commercial real estate, flexible work and human resources to dive into the forces that impact the human workplace experience and explore the dramatic changes that are shaping the Future Of Work.
- The Future Of Employee Benefits: Healthcare And Income Protection Will Take Center Stage | Kara Hoogensen
October 23, 2020 11:58 am
In this podcast episode, Kara Hoogensen, Senior VP of Specialty Benefits at Principal Financial Group, discusses how employee benefits are changing as companies adopt hybrid work models and tune into employee needs outside of the workplace.
- Billion Dollar Loser: The Rise And Fall Of WeWork | Reeves Wiedeman
October 16, 2020 5:10 pm
In this podcast episode with Frank Cottle, author Reeves Wiedeman offers the inside story on his new book, ‘Billion Dollar Loser’, which focuses on the dramatic rise and spectacular fall of WeWork — the much-hyped startup and its effervescent founder, Adam Neumann.
- The Future Of Post-Pandemic Workplace Design | Bob Fox
October 9, 2020 10:35 am
Chairman and Principal of FOX Architects, Bob Fox dives in to the permanent changes covid19 will have on workplace design, the most important one being how workspaces will have to be designed to connect and bring people together to collaborate and interact rather than just for productivity and space efficiency.
- Rethinking Space-as-a-Service and Challenging the Status Quo | Caleb Parker
October 2, 2020 12:38 pm
Caleb Parker, CEO and founder of Bold, is an innovator in the space-as-a-service industry. In this episode, Caleb talks about the growing demand from building owners to bring more flexibility and hospitality into their offering, and why now is the time to think ‘Bold’ and challenge the workplace status quo.
- Space for Creativity and the Future of Workplace Design | David Schwarz
September 4, 2020 12:42 pm
David Schwarz, the founding partner at HUSH, specializes in designing brand experiences and spaces that foster creativity, collaboration, and trust. In this episode, David breaks down the concept of experience design and how looking at an organization through different design lenses — like space, light, sound, and material — enables HUSH to craft an experience that positions the brand’s story in the real world, and resonates with its audience in an impactful and meaningful way.