We are delighted to welcome Kimberley Morrison as a consultant to the Digital Workplace Group (DWG) team. Kimberley is adept at understanding a business transformation journey and how technology can be harnessed to facilitate that transformation and change ways of working and comes highly recommended to the team, having worked with some of our consultants whilst at Unily.
Kimberly has recently returned to her home country, New Zealand, and describes herself as having a strong knowledge and passion for innovation and improving collaboration, efficiency, communication, and productivity using digital solutions.
About joining DWG Kimberley says: “Having worked in partnership with DWG on a new intranet launch for a client, I was able to see first-hand the tremendous impact and value both the expertise of individuals and support from the wider DWG community brought to this client. They were able to make informed decisions that led to the perfect solution, which met their needs and exceeded their expectations. I am thrilled to now be part of this community and to work closely with organizations as we navigate a new and ever-changing way of working.”
Edward Taylor, Executive Director of DWG, says: “We are thrilled to have Kimberley join the DWG team. She has a proven background in delivering high-quality digital solutions in many industries and an excellent understanding of a wide range of technologies. DWG is looking forward to working with Kimberley and leveraging her knowledge and experience across our business with an emphasis on supporting the consulting practice. She will also help to strengthen our global presence – and, being based in New Zealand, can support our clients across the APAC region as well as those based on the US West Coast.”
We are excited to have Kimberley on board and see where 2021 takes us.
About Digital Workplace Group
Digital Workplace Group (DWG) is a strategic partner, covering all aspects of the evolving digital workplace industry through membership, benchmarking and boutique consultancy services. We provide independent guidance to more than 100 leading corporates and public institutions to advance their intranets and broader digital workplaces through peer learning, impartial evaluations, research and practitioner expertise.
See more at: www.digitalworkplacegroup.com