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WORKSIGHT magazine (A4 paper size) is published twice a year. It is available on Amazon.co.jp site.

Vol.11

WORKSIGHT 11

Feature
The next step for startup city Berlin
CULTURE
Holzmarkt
Case 1
Betahaus
From a hangout for interesting people to a place that attracts large corporations
Case 2
Factory
“Coworking is dead!” A new place cultivating a community
Case 3
Wooga
A culture of shared information attracts game talent from around the world
Interview
Nikolas Woischnik
“Berlin, South Africa, Mexico, Brazil, Japan — creating a global Startup network”
Case 4
Axel Springer Plug & Play Accelerator
Startup and global digital company
Case 5
IXDS GmbH
A design studio based in Munich and Berlin, Germany, that helps international organizations build innovative products and services
Case 6
Tech Open Air
Connecting people and ideas with art and tech: Berlin’s largest tech festival
Wrap-up
Editor in Chief Shotoro Yamashita
Will big corporations be Good News for Berlin?
Vol.10

WORKSIGHT 10

Feature
A workplace creating an ecosystem
Case 1
Zappos.com
Aiming to realize core values together with old Las Vegas
Column
Downtown Project
The Downtown Project, aimed at realizing the “Three Cs”
Case 2
SAP
Design thinking provides an innovative corporate structure created together with customers
Column
HanaHaus
A new touchpoint with the startup community
Interview
Dave Blakely
Silicon Valley: Transitioning into a place that disrupts existing industries
Case 3
Square
From a city-like office innovation is born
Case 4
Dolby Laboratories
New home unites Dolby Labs
Case 5
Cisco
A giant of IT, incorporating startup culture
Wrap-up
From workstyle to ecosystem
Vol.09

WORKSIGHT 09

Feature1
The new school for innovation
The tide of higher education in Canada
Case 1
The York University Lassonde School of Engineering(Canada)
The rebirth of engineering education at York University
Case 2
The University of British Columbia Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences(Canada)
Connecting learning experiences for the education of key regional pharmacy practitioners
Case 3
The University of Toronto Rotman DesignWorks & the Rotman School of Management(Canada)
A graduate school to teach business people to think like a designer
Wrap-up
Changing the university known as a place of learning to a place to be inspired by
Interview
Roger Martin
Design thinking in support of corporate decision making
Feature2
Large companies reconsider the meaning of gathering
Designing the space of the remote work age
Case 4
Microsoft(USA)
Maximizing the individuality of each team: New trends in the R&D-based office
Case 5
MEC(Canada)
A green base for making good—and timely—decisions
Case 6
Telus(Canada)
Canadian company rated tops for job satisfaction: Telus garden inspires creativity and collaboration
Vol.08

WORKSIGHT 08

Feature
Well-being at Work
Finding healthy ways to work
CASE1
Medibank(Australia)
Innovative culture enhances the lives of the employees
CASE2
National Australia Bank(Australia)
Radically changing traditional banks
CASE3
SAHMRI(Australia)
The pine-cone shaped lab captures light and talent
CASE4
Macquarie Group(Australia)
The “healthiest” office in Australia
CASE5
Envato(Australia)
A lifestyle-based work environment creates a culture of creativity
Column
tacsi(Australia)
Finding solutions to the social problems of Australia
Vol.07

WORKSIGHT 07

Feature
Self Mage Future
Autonomic Society
CASE1
Essent(Nederlands)
Beating the competition by respecting the individual
CASE2
NDSM/NDSM.nl(Nederlands)
A pioneer in the self made future
CASE3
Spaces(Nederlands)
Inspirational design for discerning workers
CASE4
Royal Dutch Shell(Nederlands)
One step beyond exploring the future, all together
CASE5
Waag Society(Nederlands)
Democratizing technology and supporting individual creative ability
CASE6
Seats2meet.com(Nederlands)
Learning to share with Dutch style co-working
Vol.06

WORKSIGHT 06

Feature
Resilient Workstyle
CASE1
NHN Entertainment(South Korea)
Respect for Quality of Life and the Future of Games
CASE2
Singapore Telecom(Singapore)
Creating the Bonds that Build Change
CASE3
Seoul Creative Lab(South Korea)
Sketching a Human Vision
COLUMN
id KAIST(South Korea)
Designers’Vision of the Future
CASE4
Asiance(South Korea)
Local Roots in Global Relationship
CASE5
The Co(Singapore)
A Cool Coworking Space
Vol.05

WORKSIGHT 05

Feature
Social Connectivity
CASE1
QVC Japan(Japan)
Close to the community; close to customers
CASE2
GSK(USA)
Transparency beyond industry standards
CASE3
Continuum(USA)
Providing of connection with society
CASE4
Tumblr(USA)
Surrounded by the users’creations
CASE5
Acumen(USA)
Design to resolve poverty
CASE6
Green Spaces(USA)
An unusual matching to contribute to society
Vol.04

WORKSIGHT 04

Feature
Breakthrough with Open Innovation
CASE1
Rovio Entertainment(Finland)
Entertainment Media Company:
Recapturing the corporate culture for growth into new areas
CASE2
Aalto University Design Factory(Finland)
An innovation platform, bringing breakthroughs to corporations and society
CASE3
Sitra(Finland)
Eight Experts Bring Forth Social Reform
CASE4
Deutsche Telekom(Germany)
Unique Approach to Innovation: In-House Innovation
CASE5
MindLab(Denmark)
Solving social problems through participatory design;
an innovation unit involving citizens, corporations and government
CASE6
ReD Associates(Denmark)
Using knowledge and data based on social science for innovation/dd>
Vol.03

WORKSIGHT 03

Feature
How to encourage Intrapreneurship?
CASE1
EVERNOTE (USA)
A product concept that reflects the individual’s own way of action
CASE2
AUTODESK (USA)
Reminding employees of the potential value of new business
CASE3
SKYPE (USA)
Revising the corporate culture while retaining the venture spirit
CASE4
WIKIMEDIA FOUNDATION (USA)
Creating a highly public place to capture the desire for both external and internal self-realization
CASE5
OBSCURA DIGITAL (USA)
Using open-minded thinking to achieve artistic works
CASE6
RYOHIN KEIKAKU (Japan)
Investing in businesses and people who have eliminated habit and apathy
Essay
d.school (USA)
Stanford University’s special organization, where the innovation to turn design concepts into reality is taught 
Vol.02

WORKSIGHT 02

Feature
Organic communication
CASE1
HOK London (UK)
Professionals representing a variety of specialties work in an open, attractive showcase
CASE2
Innocent Drinks (UK)
Building a best-selling product by being close to customer thinking
CASE3
Arup Group (UK)
Continuing an original value. The DNA of creative collaboration and partner matching
CASE4
Acne Production (Sweden)
A variety of different business activities coming together in the atelier is the stimulus for creativity
CASE5
DDB Stockholm (Sweden)
The creation of advertising based on active exchange outside the office and which appeal to human sensibilities
CASE6
CyberAgent (Japan)
Investing in businesses and people who have eliminated habit and apathy
Essay
Hyper Island (Sweden)
A next-generation, practice-oriented human resources school founded on Swedish co-creation concepts
Vol.01

WORKSIGHT 01

Feature
The idea of an office that connects to the world
CASE1
Zappo.com, Inc. (USA)
Creating customer satisfaction in a playful office
CASE2
W.L. Gore & Associates (USA)
Innovation made visible brings company collaboration
CASE3
Ziba (USA)
Project Rooms: Helping to draw out potential needs
CASE4
Nikken Sekkei Ltd. (Japan)
The project-oriented workplace changes for the better
CASE5
Lifenet Insurance Company (Japan)
A lounge for good relations with customers
CASE6
Ama-town in Japan (Japan)
A depopulated area revived by outside people

Published: Oct 7th, 2011 / 60pages / Price: 1,260 yen

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