Anaheim, CA — August 22, 2017 — Co-Founder of The Future of Work Community, Jacob Morgan, partnered with Targus, leader in the mobile accessories category, on an article that details the benefits of activity-based working. The flexible work trend encompasses both policy and office layout that includes spaces that best accommodate the task at hand.
“Organizations are rethinking the traditional models of ‘getting the job done,’” says Carolyn Perrier, Vice President of Marketing at Targus. “This article shows that the ability for an employee to choose where he or she works is key to productivity — and to business’ bottom lines.”
The article compiles Morgan’s research on 250 organizations in addition to recent studies on the topic by well-known organizations such as Gensler and CBRE. It includes the latest workspace trends and the steps that an enterprise can take to implement a successful activity-based work environment. Organizations see a more engaged workforce once employees can seamlessly connect to technology everywhere they work in an atmosphere that stimulates innovation. Read the article here to learn more.
Since creating the first laptop case more than 30 years ago, Targus has been a leader in the mobile computing accessories category for businesses and end users alike. Today, Targus continues to advance the category with innovative, productivity-boosting solutions that enable an ever-changing workforce to perform at their best — anytime, anywhere. Targus’ wide range of products — bags, cases, docking stations, and computer peripherals — designed with its industry-leading, patent-protected technologies deliver the protection and connectivity essential for today’s connected world. A trusted partner of SMBs and Fortune 1000 business worldwide, Targus is headquartered in Anaheim, California, with over 45 offices around the globe and distribution in more than 100 countries. To learn more, visit targus.com.
About Jacob Morgan
Jacob Morgan is a best-selling author, keynote speaker, futurist, and co-founder of The Future of Work Community. His latest book, The Employee Experience Advantage: How to Win the War for Talent by Giving Employees the Workspaces they Want, the Tools they Need, and a Culture They Can Celebrate (Wiley, March 2017) analyzes over 250 global organizations to determine how to create an organization where people genuinely want, not need to show up to work. Jacob’s work has endorsed by business leaders including the CEO of Whirlpool, Global Chairman of KPMG, Owner of the Golden State Warriors, CEO of Schneider Electric, and dozens of others.
We debuted the original laptop bag in 1983. Ever since, we’ve spent thousands of hours studying how people work. Focused on quality and expertly designed to meet the needs of the on-the-go professional, the Targus standard is a step above. And a step ahead. Our thoughtful solutions and high-quality products anticipate business needs and help their employees achieve more, faster.