This is what caught Paul Miller’s attention in 2019
As 2019 draws to a close, Paul looks back and reflects on the 14 Digital Workplace Impact episodes launched this year – and pauses for thought on what 2020 has in store.
This year, our podcasts have charted successful digital workplace transformations and signposted positive collaborations with AI, we looked to the education sector for inspiration and marvelled at the adoption by the mobile frontline.
How – and why – to launch a corporate podcast
A podcast about podcasts! Paul Miller finds out how Nationwide Building Society launched its corporate podcast as an internal communications channel. Starting with a six-month pilot, the objective was to uncover and amplify some of the usually quiet employee voices.
Walmart – Inside (probably) the world’s biggest intranet
With 1.5 million employees, Walmart has one of the largest intranets in the world. In addition, it is clever enough to distinguish between whether an employee is logging in within their working hours or “off the clock”. Tune in and learn about the thinking behind this impressive intranet, the content strategy, and keeping up with the speed of culture.
Driving Stagecoach to the mobile frontline
Stagecoach is one of the largest bus operators in the UK, and employs 25,000 people, the majority of whom are frontline workers. From an under-used, desk-orientated intranet to a much-loved mobile app, Ricky and his team have been able to deliver real benefits to drivers and engineers.