This year many companies were forced to come to terms with the reality that work can happen outside the 4-walls of the office.
This forced acceleration and adoption of remote work has had it’s challenges - with the blurred separation of home and work leading to burnout. But even with the promise of vaccines on the horizon in the coming year, there is definitely no going back to the way things used to be.
If the future of work is distributed -- giving employees the choice to work from anywhere -- how can we ensure that what we're creating is inclusive and sustainable? And what role will technology play?
I am Eric Kerr and this is a holistic workplace experience podcast. In this episode, I am joined by Josh Khanna and Ryan Anderson as we discuss the future of distributed working.
Josh Khanna joined the Corporate Real Estate team in 2014 and is Regional Lead for the Expedia, Inc. Campus in Seattle, WA. Her responsibilities have included the site development and construction, from campus master plan to management of the site and planned amenities.
Previously, Josh was the Regional Lead for the Asia Pacific region for Expedia, Inc. She has 15+ years’ experience in domestic and international corporate real estate including planning, strategy, design, construction, and facilities coordination.
Josh has participated in panels at CoreNet Tech Symposium 2019, CoreNet Global2017, CoreNet/CREW event 2017 FutureOffices 2017- all in Seattle.
Josh holds a BFA in Applied Arts (College of Art, New Delhi), BTech in Interior Design (Chelsea School of Design, London), and a Professional Designation in Interior Design (UCLA).
Expedia, Inc., operates more than 200 travel booking sites in more than 75 countries worldwide across its portfolio of online travel brands including Expedia, Hotels.com, Orbitz Worldwide, Hotwire, Travelocity, Egencia, HomeAway, Inc., Trivago, and Wotif Group.
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Ryan Anderson serves as Vice President of Global Research and Insights at Herman Miller,
where his team focuses on gaining and sharing insights to help Herman Miller and its customers thrive. Previously, Ryan was Vice President of Digital Innovation at Herman Miller.
With over twenty-five years of industry experience, much of Ryan’s work has centered on how technological and social changes have enabled new ways of working and living, and how the places we inhabit can support positive productive experiences. Ryan regularly speaks about Herman Miller’s research and has been featured in Fortune, the Wall Street Journal, Wired, Fast Company, NPR, the BBC, and beyond.
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