Beyond the Cube: Being Ready for Tomorrow's Office
What will tomorrow's office look like? The workplace of the future is posed to present new challenges and opportunities. Zach Edwards with Gensler will examine the drivers that will substantially affect where and how we will work tomorrow.
In this informative session, Zach will discuss:
- How are we working today and how will we be working tomorrow?
- Why do buildings need to be "hyper-productive" to adapt to an unknown future?
- What workplace elements will assist in attracting and retaining talent?
If you are involved with office development, this is a session you won't want to miss.
Presented by: Zach Edwards, AIA, Associate, Gensler Dallas
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