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DWG Members and Clients
DWG’s Two Services
- The DWG Member Forum is a confidential, members-only benchmarking group. Since 2002, we have carried out over 500 evaluations in major organizations, giving us a rich background of knowledge and unrivaled insight into current best practice.
- Membership combines extensive evaluations with exclusive peer learning and expert research.
- DWG Consulting Services provides vendor-neutral, unbiased, high-quality advice and practical hands-on support on digital workplaces and intranets.
- This work is rooted in our decade of providing measurement and research-driven membership services and our team’s experience of working within large organizations.
What DWG members say
“Our DWG membership has provided my team with amazing professional development and networking opportunities.
Access to expertise from DWG’s staff and members has been invaluableas we’ve worked to develop anaward-winning intranet.”
Andrea BrantGroup Manager, Digital CommunicationsAdobe
“The biggest benefit on joining for Amgen has been the benchmarking services.
This has provided us with a detailed understanding of our strengths and specific, helpful recommendations on how to continue to improve our intranet.”
Laraine KingCorporate Communications Senior ManagerAmgen
“The most valuable thing about DWG is meeting your peers.
Intranets are normally a closed community. DWG opens those doors.
In this forum, you know you’re going to get honest answers and honest opinions.”
Mark MazzaSenior Manager, Digital ProjectsLloyds Banking Group
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