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Over in the UK the nation is getting into party mood as we start the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations. It’s also a year of celebration at DWG (formerly IBF) as it’s our 10th year anniversary and we’re excited about the New York and London member meetings coming up on 13-14 June. Something I’m very passionate about at DWG is our Research Programme, which over the years has spanned a wide range of intranet topics and provides our members with a reliable resource for best practice, thought leadership and inspiration. So I decided to put together an “infographic” to celebrate our research as I often hear that it’s the “hidden gem” of our membership offering, and that organisations don’t realise until they join just what an amazing resource it is. Ok, so I’m having a trumpet blowing moment, but as pictures speak louder than words, I’ll leave it there!

DWG research infographic

About the author

Elizabeth Marsh - DWG's Director of ResearchElizabeth Marsh leads the Digital Workplace Group’s member research and events. She is passionate about connecting members to peers or resources and exploring new research opportunities.

Elizabeth is co-author, with Paul Miller, of the new book “The Digital Renaissance of Work—Delivering digital workplaces fit for the future”.

Prior to joining DWG, Elizabeth held intranet management roles at T-Mobile and Reuters, with broad-ranging responsibilities including community management, internal communications and research.

When not busy in the digital workplace, Elizabeth is a keen writer and musician, playing flute in an amateur orchestra and performing with various local groups.

Connect with Elizabeth on Twitter at @digitalsanity or on Google +.

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