Designing by Data Wednesday, 11 March 2020 from 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM

Location
Millenia 4 - Level 2
Session Type
Learning Experience

Access to real data about how employees work is creating opportunities to understand the full impact of workplace design decisions – on productivity, collaboration, and performance. Using examples from Singapore and the new office in Tokyo, gain insights into how Google significantly engages users upfront about what to: change, improve, and lose. See how they are using tech practices like beta testing, continuous feedback loop, improvement, iteration and are applying them to real estate.

Key Takeaways:


  • Deepen your understanding of how data impacts design and is a focal point of workplace strategy.
  • Gain an appreciation of how to involve employees so that they feel heard, included, and appreciated. See how data collection is used for guidelines not standards, which gives freedom of flexibility and locality.

Speakers

Portrait photo of Emily Hake Emily Hake
Real Estate Project Executive, Google
Speaker

Topics

Workplace Strategy

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