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JUN 2019

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th E l E ad E r JUNE 2019 5 34 t he workplace of the future is really experience reimagined Greater digitalization, flexibility, focus on health and sense of employee contribution all describe the future workplace. i t's all underscored, however, by an anticipated desire by workers for an authentic connection with the heart of their organization, to feel part of a community, and to connect with others. t here's something innovative taking place in once-staid environments With a little creativity and a lot of technology know-how, today's workplaces can become well-designed spaces that serve as a dynamic, branded communications platform to promote learning, discovery and social interaction among both internal and external audiences. Multiple stakeholders partner to transform Citrix space With input from real estate, human resources, its architectural consultants and, most important, employees/users, c itrix transformed its hr team workplace to align people, place and technology. u ltimately, success would be measured in allegiance to company values and improved productivity. i t's time to get up-to-speed on measuring workplace data n eed better research tools for tracking, analyzing and evaluating today's employee- experience data? t hey're out there. t ake a look at some offerings that go well beyond surveys, interviews, and utilization studies that we've been relying on. 36 de P art M e N ts l eadership 2 m essage from the c hairman 6 m embers on the m ove 8 a ssociation r oundup 8-9 c orporate p artner p rofile 44 mcr p rofile 46 a l ook a head 50 c alendar of e vents 50 42 38 Erica Chapman, MCR, Esq. Vice President of Global Real Estate + Workplace Productivity (GREWP) Akamai Technologies

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