Digital Workplace Logo

News

You are here: Home » News & Events » Paul Miller’s podcast review of 2020

As 2020 draws to a close, Paul looks back and reflects on some of the Digital Workplace Impact episodes launched this year.

2020 has seen the digital workplace emerge as the essential workplace, and our podcasts have captured the impact of COVID on how and where we work. We’ve also tackled other important topics, including ethical robots, climate change and digital wellbeing, and how to build a brighter future.

Listen to Episode 73: Paul Miller’s podcast review of 2020

Subscribe to Digital Workplace Impact

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!

Take the next step…

Digital workplace overload: How to reduce employee technostress

 

Download full research report

 

Missed DWG24 Live?

 

 

Catch up via the DWG24 2020 Video Library

 

Comments are closed.

Are you ready for the digital workplace?
Learn and explore the new digital world of work.
Your information will never be shared with any third party.
Are you ready to connect with DWG?
Learn and explore the new digital world of work.
Your information will never be shared with any third party.
I hereby acknowledge that the Digital Workplace 24 Video Library is designated for my professional use alone and may not be shared with any other parties, in whole or in part, without express written permission from the Digital Workplace Group.