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In this episode of Digital Workplace Impact, I talk to Gary Kensey from American Express, the winner of the Digital Workplace of the Year Award 2019.  Tune in and hear from Gary, as he tells us what it’s like to be recognized in the awards, what makes for a winning digital workplace, recalls lessons learned along the way (and pitfalls to watch out for), and lays out the focus for the future.

Listen to Episode 45 – Why American Express is in a class of its own 

Featuring: Gary Kensey, Vice President of Technology, American Express

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The Digital Workplace Impact podcast explores the ideas, practices and people impacting the new digital worlds of work. For each episode Paul Miller, the Founder and CEO of Digital Workplace Group, meets interesting and inspiring people who are pushing digital boundaries.  We’re busy producing more episodes of Digital Workplace Impact. Make sure you never miss future shows by subscribing. You can do this via Apple Podcasts as well as through Stitcher Radio, SoundCloud and Spotify. Catch up with all Digital Workplace Impact podcasts by visiting our library. And if you’ve enjoyed the show why not give us a rating, provide some feedback or let us know what themes you’d like us to cover on future episodes via the comments box below. Happy listening!

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