DWG is delighted to announce that Edward Taylor is taking on a new role within the DWG family. Edward is broadening his responsibilities from his current business development remit as DWG Director of Client Services, and taking over from Paul Miller to lead the development of the DWG Institute now that it is a fully integrated business stream for the company.
The DWG Technology and Research Institute was founded in January 2020 to be a safe space where organizations using enterprise technology can collaborate, investigate and learn with a diverse range of workplace technology providers – anchored by DWG’s 17-year programme of the world’s most authoritative and useful research. We sensed (and saw) that there was a confidential environment of interaction, learning and relationship that can grow between organizations, providers and experts within the DWG Institute.
Paul Miller, DWG Founder and CEO, says: “Ed brings a special blend of technology insight and business intelligence expertise, and I am delighted to see him become the first Executive Director of our new DWG Institute. Both his role and the Institute will have increasing significance as the digital workplace evolves in unexpected and important ways this decade.”
Edward has worked in digital for over 12 years and has experience with a wide range of organizations, from large multinational corporations to central governments and NGOs, across North America, Europe and Singapore. He brings with him business development expertise, commercial focus and an enthusiasm for the technology area of the market that is particularly relevant to the Institute.
On this new appointment Edward says: “I am delighted to start my new role as Executive Director at DWG and I would like to thank DWG Founder and CEO, Paul Miller, and the management team for this opportunity.
As Executive Director I now have a broader remit to continue the successful growth of the DWG consulting practice by working closely with the DWG member community to help them establish leading digital workplaces.
I will also be heading up the newly formed DWG Technology and Research Institute, building upon DWG’s global reputation for insightful research and trusted relationships. The DWG Institute will enable leading technology vendors to interact with practitioners and organizations from across our sphere of influence to learn and educate themselves on the evolving digital workplace industry.”
We are really excited to see how the DWG Institute grows and develops over the coming months and years, and are delighted that Edward has taken on this role – we think that his dynamism and enthusiasm will certainly help to grow and flourish more.
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