WE:know is a user-curated, members-only benefit bringing you the “best of” workplace research, project case studies, white papers, videos, articles, and presentations.
Click here to go directly to the WE:know knowledge-base. If you haven’t already done so, you will be required to log in with the email address on file and password.
To search: enter a search term in the search box in the upper right corner of the website, or begin by clicking on a tag in the lower right portion of the page. From there, you’ll be able to further sort and filter your search.
Check out a few presentations and videos that are available in the WE:know site:
World Workplace 2016
Wednesday October 5
|Kate North||Workplace Evolutionaries Kick-Off at WWP 2016|
|Kristina Reynolds||Foy’s Arcade “From belief to behavior”|
|Kati Barklund||Coor Smart Office|
|Gaylene Domer||National Equity Fund And They Said It Couldn’t Be Done
Thursday October 6
Sara Schonour, Eric Terry
|The New Scientific Workplace: Breaking Down Barriers to Discover New Ways of Working|
|Ann P. Kalayil, Charles Hardy||GSA Technology Matters Practice
|Anita Kamouri||Understanding the Workplace User Experience|
Cerita D. Bethea
|The Evolving Workplace: Why the Restroom Experience Matters
|Melissa Marsh||NEXT GEN FM|
|Janet Pogue McLaurin||Global Workplace Surveys|
|Kay Sargent||The Next Gen Workplace: Planning beyond the boomers and the millennials|
Friday October 7
|Angie Earlywine, Todd Emeott||FUN FACTOR: 8 Dimensions of Designing Fun in the Workplace|
|Sara Nomellini, Chandra Lapsley,
Christi Vaan Maanen
|Prove It: Using Data to Drive Workplace Innovations|
|Kate Lister||Easy Answers To Tough Questions on the ROI of Workplace Change|
|Nancy Sanquist, Erik Jaspers, Diane
|Work on the Move: How Social, Leadership And Technology Innovations Are Transforming the Workplace in the Digital Economy|
|Kati Barklund, Daniel Siberg||Rethink Knowledge Worker Productivity As We Know It|
Designing for the Experience Conference 2016
On July 14 – 15, 2016 on the Nike Campus in Portland, the WE and CREC communities collaborated to design a unique, experiential conference that would engage participants around the challenge of Designing for the Experience. The proceedings for the conference are available and why not check out the videos of the panel sessions on our YouTube channel.
|Chris Hood||View Recording- It’s All About People: Building Communities in the Workplace
|Bob Fox||View Recording– The New Economy, Change & The Workplace|
Workplace Strategy Summit 2014
|Alexi Matmot||View Recording– Workplace Health and Wellbeing
|Frank Becker||View Recording– Innovation on the Edge|
|Frank Van Massenhove||View Recording– Finding the People we Need
|Lucas Windlinger||View Recording– Workplace and Outcomes|
|Win Pullen||View Recording– Ageing of Human Beings
Contributing to WE:know
If you want to contribute to the knowledge-base, please be sure to read the how-to instructions first.
A couple important notes about uploading content:
- As a courtesy to your industry peers, please always do an initial search for the material you’re considering prior to uploading. If it already exists in the knowledge base, there’s no need to upload it.
- Please do not upload restricted access content or other proprietary material without author permission.
Designed as an evolving repository, we’ve included search, upload, and tagging mechanisms that allow you as a user to contribute to the conversation and access relevant material quickly and easily. Plus, the rating and comment features of the site will allow us to build community and peer evaluation of the material available.
You can count on WE to continue to identify the key workplace topics in need of further exploration, and will seek out leading experts globally to develop and deliver white papers and presentations.
WE members from around the globe have already started populating the knowledge network.
Please share with us. So WE can share with others.