dwp|imagine: workplace design after covid-19
A New Normal: How the COVID-19 Crisis is Challenging Our Thinking About Workplace Design
The COVID-19 crisis has caused a profound shift in global work habits, with an unprecedented number of people working remotely from home. As this transforms the way the world works and communicates, the movement over the past decade towards a more remote, flexible, and digitally transformed workplace – dubbed the “coworking revolution” by dwp Group Creative Director, Scott Whittaker – has the potential to rapidly accelerate.
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