Innovative Workplace Design Starts By Asking The Right Questions

August 14, 2019 by Catherine Porth

In the first two articles, we discussed that the dominance of digital screens in our work and private lives is already “here and now” as opposed to being for the “future workplace”. We also explained that most screen-enhanced workspaces can be considered unique because the function of those spaces is truly in the eyes of the beholder, or in this case, the worker.

In this article, we want to share the strategy we take when designing workplace design surveys. Specifically, why we ask the questions that we do and the insights we’re able to capture by taking an indirect questioning approach.

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The Screen-Centric Future Workplace—a Partnership with Work Design Magazine

July 23, 2019 by Dr. Jian Huang

Together with our research partner Work Design Magazine, we conducted a survey to learn more about what screens tell us about how people really work. Between May 14th–31st 2019, 368 of you participated in our research. Here is part one of the results!

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Four Big Discoveries from IIeX Attendees

May 9, 2019 by Dr. Jian Huang

IIeX North America has made a name for itself as an event for research innovators and new technologies. Everyone you meet, from attendees to presenters, has their own thoughts on what technologies are going to impact the world of insights the most. This year, the Survature team had the opportunity to present our research and innovations in capturing group psychology through our methodology—Priority Modeling.

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4 things that can make or break your data analytics presentation

January 15, 2018 by Dr. Jian Huang

How to present data analytics effectively has been a popular topic during Survature user workshops. Typically the question goes something like, “We’ve got so many findings here, any suggestion on how to present them?” While users and their specific cases for presenting results may vary, there are some things everyone should watch out for and consider when presenting your survey findings. Here are four things we have found that can make or break your presentation.

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