“One of my goals is to help the humans become more human. I think that is where the beauty lies – how can I get the technology out of the way of the real human connection, the real IP in our business, which comes from the minds and hands of people?”
– Toni Vanwinkle, Adobe
Looking 12 years ahead, how do you envisage the digital workplace will be? This is the topic of our latest podcast, in which Paul Miller talks to three expert practitioners.
The forward-thinking discussion is framed by the four dimensions outlined in DWG’s brand new research report Digital Workplace 2030: Preparing now for the digital worlds of work to come. Wells Fargo’s Pete Fields, Adobe’s Toni Vanwinkle and Omar Divina from HyperScience share their experiences and opinions on “space”, “capability”, “intelligence” and “beauty”.
Follow the conversation as they discuss the improvements to physical and digital workspaces that will enhance the working environment and output; consider how technology and tools will simplify interactions with information and people; wonder how AI will power future data-driven organizations; and conclude that the digital workplace will be able to enhance human connections, wellbeing and fulfilment at work.
Show notes, links and resources for this episode:
Digital Workplace 2030: Preparing now for the digital worlds of work to come, DWG research report – free to download