How digital is your nation?
Our guests in this (slightly unusual) episode of Digital Workplace Impact, are both involved in innovative, global initiatives that challenge the current way of thinking. These two young, ambitious leaders offer their perspective on digital government – outlining the current situation, how governments will need to evolve and asking whether the nation state will even exist in 100 years. And, of course, we ask what all this will mean for the digital worlds of work. We also take a glimpse inside their respective organizations and learn more about the difference these inspiring initiatives are making.
How ‘ethical’ is your digital workplace?
Today’s digital technology has the power to influence our behaviour on a global scale, for better and for worse. And with financial rewards often disrupted by the need for other workplace values, such as flexibility, it’s in an employer’s best interest to ensure its digital workplace is ticking all the right ethical boxes. But what does an “ethical” digital workplace look like?
Join us as we discuss who’s got it right and who’s got it wrong, trust, user centricity and striking a balance.
Why experience is the heartbeat of a modern digital workplace
Employee experience has become an increasingly hot topic over the last few years, fuelling many internal projects. Recorded live at Digital Workplace Experience in June, Paul Miller probes our guests on what employee experience means, how it compares to customer experience and the importance of strong leadership.
Inside track on the ‘Digital Workplace of the Year Awards’ 2018
In this episode of Digital Workplace Impact, Paul Miller catches up with the winners of the Digital Workplace of the Year Awards 2018. Tune in and hear from Aaron Kim from Royal Bank of Canada, Liberty Mutual’s Troy Campano and Cisco’s Alan McGinty, as they tell us what it’s like to be recognized in these awards, what makes for a winning digital workplace, their lessons learned along the way and their focus for the future.