Nature of Work interview – The new story of work for a living age
In this episode of Digital Workplace Impact, Nancy Goebel hosts co-authors Paul Miller and Shimrit Janes to introduce their latest book, Nature of Work – The new story of work for a living age, in conversation with Sue Pitkin-Frost. Together, they explore how living systems and ecosystems operate and explain how this new story of work can provide a lens through which to view the world of work and understand it in a multifaceted way.
2020 was a year like no other. It was an unpredictable year filled with tremendous change and acceleration of digital transformation within organisations with new ways of working, culture shifts and innovations emerging and strengthening as a result. As the world begin preparing for our return to work in physical offices in 2021, Paul takes stock of the patterns and trends seen in 2020 and predicts how these trends will impact the Digital Workplace in 2021.
Connecting the HSBC frontline in the days of COVID
While it is standard practice to have continuity plans in place, COVID-19 rendered many of those plans unworkable in the wake of the global lockdown.
In this episode, we hear how HSBC was able to react to the implications of COVID on its global workforce and customer base.
The luckiest CIO in the world!
In 2019, Uniper was the first organization in the world to move its energy related applications into the cloud. The digital workplace element of the project enabled the vast majority of the Uniper team to seamlessly work from home when lockdown began in early 2020. The project has been a huge success, with 80% of the team’s KPIs at all-time highs.