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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is embarking on a radical project to replace existing technology with a new digital workplace to improve productivity, collaboration and knowledge management.

Follow the conversation with Nisreen and Ahmed as they explain how the project came about; describe their approach; and marvel at the power of a stick man sketch! 

Listen to Episode 46 – How to write a digital workplace strategy – inspired by the IMF 

Featuring: Nisreen Farhan and Ahmed Ammar, the International Monetary Fund

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