Visions of the beautiful Digital Workplace 2030
With an eye (always) on the future, DWG and Unily have both explored what the world of work may look like in 2030 and beyond. In this episode, Paul Miller talks to senior executives at Unily, about their report “Future of the workplace 2030+”. Tune in as they discuss the key findings and share what they think we can expect from the workplace over the next decade.
How to work – when (pretty much) everyone’s at home
Working from home is increasingly becoming a forced necessity rather than a personal choice around the world. Not only is home working a new experience for many people, the circumstances in which they are working and living are unprecedented.
Paul Miller and members of the DWG team discuss ways in which remote working can be approached from an individual, team and organizational level; how this crisis has the potential to change company culture; and what opportunities there may be for work in the wake of COVID-19.
COVID-19: Remote working becomes the new normal
In this episode, two thought leaders, Dion Hinchcliffe and Paul Miller, come together to compare and contrast their digital workplace predictions for 2020. What neither of them predicted was this current dramatic shift to remote working, and so they take time to reflect on the possible longer-term implications of coronavirus on work.
Would Mary Poppins raise ethical robots?
As the world, and in particular the workplace, employs more and more artificial intelligence (AI), digital ethics is no longer a nice-to-have but an essential. Joining Paul on this podcast are three heavyweight minds who specialize in this area. Follow the conversation as they discuss the connection between morality and power; how technology shapes politics and vice versa; establishing digital workplace principles; oh… and Mary Poppins!