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.
Chatbots: Why small is beautiful, with Douglas Pamplin
Douglas Pamplin managed the rollout of BNY Mellon’s internal chatbot in July 2017. Since then, they have resolved more than 174,000 queries without the need for a human behind the help desk. How so? They started small; they identified the specifics that would simplify their processes and they perfected them.
Follow the conversation as Douglas tells us more about looking after 55,000 employees 24/7 and what’s next for BNY Mellon; shares his thoughts on the best use cases for virtual assistants; and explains why he’s nurturing the self-help culture within the organization.
How Nationwide’s intranet went from caterpillar to butterfly
Within the space of three years, Nationwide climbed from near the bottom of Digital Workplace Group’s benchmarking tables to almost top. In this episode, Paul Miller talks to Jon Simons, Digital Channels Senior Manager at Nationwide, about how the team achieved such a radical result, and how DWG Benchmarking and Membership helped the organization go from caterpillar, through cocoon, to butterfly.
Human + Machine – with Accenture’s visionary leader Paul Daugherty
In reaction to the dystopian view of AI and unwilling to accept it, Paul Daugherty and H James Wilson set about writing Human + Machine: Reimagining Work in the Age of Artificial Intelligence. Written as a guide to help people make informed decisions and plan for the future, Paul Daugherty talks to Paul Miller about some of the key themes from the book.