Upcoming Events for the Network

 The next European Smart Work Network meeting will be announced shortly. 

We are happy to recommend other helpful events designed to share knowledge about new ways of working.

2024 Programme

Various times for different timezones


As organisations across the world explore the best places to work – whether that’s in an office, at home, or somewhere in between, we will continue to help everyone stay connected, focused and engaged. 

The MillerKnoll Insight Series offers regular webinars covering a wide range of workplace related subjects.

Speakers are selected carefully, ensuring they include both internal and external subject matter experts.

18 April 2024

10.00-16.30 GMT+1

Workplace Trends is one of the best places to find out what’s coming up for the future of work and workplace. The annual Research Summit brings together researchers and practitioners to share insights into what’s new and how well new ways of designing work are shaping up in practice. It’s also part of probably the friendliest and most collegiate series of conferences around.

Topics under the microscope include productivity, sustainability; the office as an accelerator of progress; understanding workplace experience; food, wellbeing and work; future cities; video communication in the hybrid workplace.

21 March 2024

09.30 - 15.30 BST

Smart Work Network

21 March 2024

at Chancery House

The first Smart Work Network meeting of 2024 will take place in London, hosted by Leesman, who will present their latest findings on workplace experience and what orgasnisations need to do improve. Plus a tour of one of London’s latest and smartest coworking centres.

And we’ll be putting our heads together for an interactive workshop on how to maximise productivity in all loctions across the Extended Workplace. 

Post-Covid Workplace: Event in Oxford March 21 2024

5 March 2024


Free event from Osmond Ergonomics, designed for Estates, Facilities, HR, Wellbeing and Health & Safety managers.

Talks feature Guy Osmond on Inclusive Wellbeing, Andy Lake on navigating Compelxity – Beyond Hybrid Working, Nigel Oseland on Designing for the Average: The Flaw of Standards, and Rosie Russell on Mental Health Management in a Neurodiverse Environment.