As we come back to the office we are learning that it will not look the same as the one we left when the pandemic started. Now offices will have to be much more flexible to deal with a distributed workforce. They will also have to find new ways to connect and communicate directly with the workers that use it.
This means that the metrics that we use to understand the office are changing as well. No longer will there be a push for increasing density. Instead, we will have to find ways to calculate the benefits of the office when it comes to productivity, collaboration, and company culture. Join us as we discuss how to think about and calculate the new metrics for an office and how technology can help us understand the changing role of the workplace.
Kevin Loos co-founded CrowdComfort to change the way people think about and interact with buildings. Kevin oversees sales and operations, delivering value to many Fortune 500 companies including General Electric, GSK, Amgen, Ingersoll Rand and others. The company has been featured in Fast Company, Greentech Media, The Wall Street Journal and Entrepreneur Magazine’s 100 Brilliant Companies.
Prior to joining CrowdComfort, Kevin served as a consultant to three building technology companies – Building 36 Technologies, Next Step Living, and Embue – where he provided research and guidance on sales and operations strategy. Working closely with executive leadership Kevin helped these companies commercialize a set of emerging technology that continues to transform the residential/commercial technology landscape.
Julian brings his background in Organization Development to Veldhoen + Company in both Business Development and Consulting capacities. He takes a collaborative approach to human processes, helping organizations engage in strategic systems change at the confluence of culture, technology, and physical space. With an eye on the future, he helps clients build their adaptive capacities to manage whatever change may come their way.
Franco has an MBA in entrepreneurship and has worked with companies on their branding and content strategy. He has worked in real estate as an agent, manager, and investor. He writes about the intersection between the physical and digital world and is a co-founder of Propmodo.