Elevating the user experience: Quantitative, qualitative and physical space considerations in workplace design

Dir of Lab Planning
Chief Information Officer
Workplace Strategist

Workplace change initiatives targeting higher engagement and collaboration levels are testing the limits of today’s technologies, tools, and planning methodologies. Here you’ll see what today’s state-of-the-art combinations of data analytics, qualitative factors, bias and assumption identification, and human-centered design solutions can deliver in terms of optimum project outcomes. Session leaders use a research workplace evolution case study to illustrate the significance of increasingly blurred space types, a broadening array of data collection approaches, processes for converting quantitative data to qualitative measures, and methods for defining physical performance parameters for labs and workplaces.

Occurs: 
Friday, November 8, 2019 - 11:45am-12:40pm
Continuing Education