Developing tomorrow's workplace leaders
The value that effective workplace leadership can provide for businesses, the economy and wider society is beyond doubt.
The growing recognition by organisations that their people’s performance is driven by physical environments marks our profession’s greatest opportunity.
IWFM and RICOH bring together sharp insights and practical guidance to help you and your organisation understand and navigate the space, process, technology and cultural matters which combine to create people centred workplaces capable of driving better outcomes.
1.1 Space Planning and Management
2.1 Internet of Things (IoT)
2.2 Agile Working
2.3 Introduction to workplace in partnership with Ricoh
2.4 Making better workplace decisions using data in partnership with Ricoh
2.5 Creating better workspaces in partnership with Ricoh
2.6 Selling your workplace vision in partnership with Ricoh
3.1 Culture Report
3.2 The Economy of People
3.2 The Essential Guide to Creating an Optimal Office
3.4 The Stoddart Review
3.5 The Pathway to Productive People
4.1 Workplace services
4.2 Short courses
5.1 An interview with the world’s first Chief Workplace Officer
6.1 Politics vs data when making workplace decisions
6.2 Using data for workplace decisions: a lesson from the retail sector
7.1 Let's Talk Workplace in collaboration with Ricoh
The Economy of People
By examining the Economy of People, Ricoh has calculated the potential impact of aligning culture, workspace and technology strategies to create the optimal office. The result is a new, holistic approach to designing workplaces that has the potential to positively reshape the United Kingdom and Ireland’s economic trajectories. Download the full report >
The Essential Guide to Creating an Optimal Office
In this guide you will find leadership and guidance from Ricoh experts – from quick wins to long term strategies – to help you optimise every aspect of your workplace. Download your free guide >
The pathway to productive people: Ricoh's report explores the UK's productivity puzzle
In what continues to be a period of economic uncertainty and instability, businesses are, more than ever, microscopically reviewing the way they work. In unison, many are facing enormous pressure to modernise and digitally transform to ensure that they remain competitive, robust and, most importantly, future-proof.
Last year, Ricoh partnered with Oxford Economics to conduct a study into how digital transformation in the workplace directly affects the wider UK economy. The Economy of People report found that aligning the key elements of culture, workplace and technology to create the ‘optimal office’ not only positively impacts businesses directly, but at a macro level too. Fostering the link between performance and productivity to achieve the optimal office could be worth a staggering £36.8 billion in GDP for the United Kingdom.
At Ricoh, we believe that the pathway to productivity lies in organisations implementing innovative and bespoke solutions that focus on people, workplace, process and technology. Together, these offer one cohesive and impactful workstyle footprint within any business environment – a footprint that will enhance productivity and profitability at both a micro and macro level.
The Pathway to Productive People is an approach developed by Ricoh to help businesses with their transformation process – a guide for those taking the first steps into workstyle innovation and looking to achieve the optimal office where people, workplace, process and technology are nicely balanced. Whilst there is much to consider, and the ultimate execution may seem daunting and complex, it doesn’t have to be. All it takes is bravery, and this begins with understanding your people and the way they work.
Workplace services provided by Ricoh
Maximise your office real estate investment. We deliver the tools and insights that show how you’re currently using your facilities, resources and meeting space, and where you can make improvements. Find out more >
Workplace courses by IWFM
We have recently launched several workplace courses, including the Essentials of Workplace Change and Making Better Workplace Decisions Using Data. Your and your teams can use these courses as a means to explore more deeply the practicalities of workplace change. Find out more >
An interview with the world's first chief Workplace Officer
Workplace Transformation is a process that touches every part of the business and requires full participation from HR, Ops, Facilities and IT. But can any one of these departments take responsibility for the big picture – the strategy, the vision? And if not, then who should? Simone Fenton-Jarvis is the world’s first Chief Workplace Officer. If that job role is new to you, don’t worry – it’s new to most people... Read the full interview >
Politics vs data when making workplace decisions
When talking politics, we often mean increasing power through emotions. It is assumed, on the other hand, that data represents fact. Therefore, the discussion around politics vs data could be presented as what people feel is right vs what is actually known. But how far is that borne out in practice? That was the basis for part of our roundtable with technology provider Ricoh... Read the full article >
Using data for workplace decisions: a lesson from the retail sector
In summer 2019, IWFM and technology provider Ricoh invited professionals from a range of backgrounds to a roundtable discussion on ‘creating the employee-centred workplace’... Read the full article >
Here is the recording from our webinar dated 26 February 2020 at 12pm.
Ricoh is empowering digital workplaces using innovative technologies and services enabling individuals to work smarter. For more than 80 years, Ricoh has been driving innovation and is a leading provider of document management solutions, IT services, commercial and industrial printing, digital cameras, and industrial systems.
Headquartered in Tokyo, Ricoh Group operates in approximately 200 countries and regions. In the financial year ended March 2019, Ricoh Group had worldwide sales of 2,013 billion yen (approx. 18.1 billion USD).
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