BYO office, ugly is dead, and other Digital Workplace news worth reading

14 March 2013 by

At DWG we like to keep an eye on digital workplace news – here’s a quick round up of recent posts.

It’s all in the numbers

So you think you have a great (or terrible) digital workplace? Can you back that up with numbers?

Back to the office

New ways of working took a hit this month as Yahoo! and Best Buy swung back from flexible to traditional work styles.

Shifting sands of government IT

Is the promise of digital government being realized? And if so, is it happening quickly enough?

Consumerized: enterprise tech

As attention (and investment) swings from consumer to enterprise start ups, will the UX of enterprise tech get a boost?

Bring Your Own [fill in the blanks]

“Bring Your Own” comes in several flavours – from phones to PCs and even to offices.

Dear Digital Workers

Tech writers debate (rather hotly) the ins and outs of digital etiquette.

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Categorised in: Digital workplace, Metrics & measurement, Research reports

Elizabeth Marsh

Director of Research

Elizabeth Marsh is DWG’s Director of Research and author of its latest report ‘Digital workplace overload: How to reduce employee technostress’ (available free on our website). She’s worked as a practitioner, researcher and consultant in the digital workplace field for over 20 years and is a strong advocate for digital literacy and digital wellbeing at work. Elizabeth is currently doing a PhD at the University of Nottingham focusing on employee technostress and the potential of mindfulness to help reduce it. She also co-authored – with Paul Miller – the book ‘The Digital Renaissance of Work: Delivering digital workplaces fit for the future’.

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