Allsteel’s Jan Johnson, Vice President of Design and Workplace Resources, Among Speakers at CoreNet Global Summit
Jan Johnson, vice president of Design and Workplace Resources at Allsteel, is a key speaker at the CoreNet Global Summit in Seattle, November 5–7.
Johnson’s talk, “Knowledge Worker Productivity Part 2,” expands on a research presentation she gave at the 2016 Summit in Philadelphia. In that talk, Johnson discussed the six factors proven to have the highest correlation to knowledge worker productivity. In Part 2, she will report on the second phase of research into how the six factors, which are predominantly interpersonal, and cover team and manager dynamics, can be translated into workplace design guidelines. Johnson will share findings and insights on the link between the built environment, behaviors and performance, including physical factors affecting both teams and individuals. Attendees will leave with actionable initiatives for applying these insights to their organizations.
The talk will take place on Monday, November 6, from 3:45 pm to 4:45 pm at the Washington State Convention Center, 705 Pike Street, Seattle, WA 98101. For more information and to register for the CoreNet Global Summit, please visit: www.corenetglobal.org/attend/SeattleSummit2017/seattle2017.aspx.
Since 1912, Allsteel Inc. has offered a world-class, comprehensive range of workplace products and solutions. We simplify the office planning process by helping our customers align their workplace strategy with their business strategy. The result is fit-to-business solutions that deliver meaningful change in a way that works for them today, as well as tomorrow. Headquartered in Muscatine, IA, the company has Resource Centers in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. For additional information, visit www.allsteeloffice.com or follow Allsteel on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest and YouTube.
About CoreNet Global
CoreNet Global is a non-profit association, headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, representing more than 10,000 executives in 50 countries with strategic responsibility for the real estate assets of large corporations. The organization’s mission is to advance the practice of corporate real estate through professional development opportunities, publications, research, conferences, designations and networking in 47 local chapters and networking groups globally.