Behavioral Change: Good business does not require that lives be on the line; but their leaders need to adapt their approach or face another losing battle.
The next generation workforce thinks and processes information differently, often as a result of their daily interaction with technology.
Dynamic 3D modeling and simulation technologies can be used to take the guesswork out of planning/designing complex manufacturing and research facilities.
The challenge is to be sensitive to individuals’ needs; some people work better in collaboration than in privacy, while others need the opposite.
Can creative people be identified based on 18 behavioral traits? I don't feel such a constraint is necessary to be labeled a "creative person."
Change management fails to take into account the complexity of human behaviors. By engaging rather than managing, everyone involved can embrace the change.
BHDP design leader, Eric Kuhn, reviews the time he spent at IRDC 2016 while emphasizing the role of change in retail design.
Andrew McQuilkin, retail market leader at BHDP, discusses ways his team helps retailers design with shopper's safety in mind with safe stores.