In April 2021 Herman Miller became a founding partner of Future Forum, a consortium that equips business leaders to drive transformation at work, helping them reimagine how people, process, and place come together to make work better for people as well as companies.
If 2020 taught us anything, it's that flexibility - both in our lives and in the workplace - isn't optional, it's necessary.
This Month | Circular Design Solutions to Address Waste Plastic in Our Oceans
Herman Miller and Clemenceau Medical Center (CMC), in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, teamed up to build a supportive healthcare environment focused on staff and patients.
Listen and subscribe to Herman Miller's Looking Forward podcast, a weekly conversation with business leaders, architects, researchers, and innovators about the dynamics reshaping work.
This Month | Designing for the Future of Work and Herman Miller's Design Yard Transformation
MillerKnoll, now one of the largest and most influential modern design companies in the world, is well positioned to catalyze the transformation of the industry and redefine modern design.
The 25th Annual CJR Invitational Golf Benefit raised record-breaking funds for children, youth and families throughout Connecticut.
Is your organization ready for the future of work?
Modular casework solutions help control costs and maintain schedules, so health systems can start generating revenue sooner.
This Month | Back to Basics: Supporting the Fundamental Human Needs at Work
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This Month | Designing for Equity with MASS Design Group - Rescheduled to 2/25
Framery One is not only stylish and super smart, it incorporates the latest technology, leading sound insulation standards and echo-free acoustics. This highly adaptable workspace assures you won't be disturbed by outside noise or distractions and can enjoy best-in-class design.
Herman Miller has been exploring the future for many years. Offices should empower people to work where and when they choose.
Herman Miller employees tell why the physical workplace is essential
As the C.E.O. of Herman Miller, Andi Owen has had to navigate a polarized work force while thinking about the future of the offices her company makes furniture for.