How a new ‘decentralized web’ will change the world of work
There’s a growing group of inspiring people from around the world who believe that the web is failing us, and envisage a new web, which is more open, private, secure and fun, known as DWeb.
Paul speaks to Wendy Hanamura, who tells us more about the DWeb movement; explains why we need to reboot our relationship with technology; and describes what a new online world could, and should, look like.
Inside Adobe and GE: Natural worlds of work
As new generations come through; as people seek purpose (and passion) in their work; as the consumer’s voice becomes more and more powerful – is the organization moving from a mechanistic view to a natural, living system view?
Listen to this enlightening conversation unfold as Paul and his guests discuss topics such as human-centred design, prototyping, AI and machine learning, and whether these are ushering in the digital-age’s “organization as a living system”.
Marc Bramoullé, Ubisoft: Digital Workplace Leader of the Year
Paul Miller talks to Marc Bramoullé, Director of Knowledge Management Services at Ubisoft, who won the Digital Workplace Leader of the Year Award 2019. Tune in to hear from Marc as he talks about knowledge management, machine learning and user-centred design at Ubisoft; tells us about his leadership approach and philosophy; and shares what’s next for him and his team.
What universities can teach digital workplace people
University of Leicester is leading the way with its “Digital Campus”. More than just the university’s web presence, Ross Parry, Deputy Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Digital), and Lauren Vargas, Digital Fellow, explain what the “Digital Campus” is and share some remarkable examples of how technology is being used across the university to enhance learning and teaching, facilitate research and improve efficiency in management and administration.