Adam Stoltz is Managing Director, Workplace Experience & Strategy at Transwestern where he uses social science data to inform workplace strategy and real estate decision-making.
Mike Petrusky asks Adam about how organizations can plan to use their space to best meet the needs of the occupants of their facilities. While using data to help drive and inform better decision-making about how space is used, Adam helps us understand why we have office space, where it should be, and how workplace leaders can help their organizations perform better.
Mike talks with Adam about the technology tools available today that allow for better research and understanding of how people spend their time at work and we learn about the importance of user experience and service as an amenity in corporate real estate. Mike and Adam share a background in marketing and reflect on their time together at IFMA and CoreNet Global while also offering some inspiration from Walt Whitman and discussing the combination of Metallica with classical music!