A workplace that helps us initiate and regulate social interaction and that takes into consideration factors like personal space, physical and psychological proximity, and territoriality, helps us feel better. And when we feel better, we work better. Through understanding humancentric design and workplace development, organisations and individuals can become more productive, healthy and connected in work.
Bertie van Wyk is a critical thinker and Workplace Specialist with a quick grasp of emerging trends and changing business processes. He will explore how social ergonomics interacts with cognitive and physical ergonomics to create a full human experience at work.