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This is what caught Paul Miller’s attention in 2019

This is what caught Paul Miller’s attention in 2019

As 2019 draws to a close, Paul looks back and reflects on the 14 Digital Workplace Impact episodes launched this year – and pauses for thought on what 2020 has in store.

This year, our podcasts have charted successful digital workplace transformations and signposted positive collaborations with AI, looked to the education sector for inspiration and marvelled at the adoption by the mobile frontline.

Huge thanks to our guests: Adobe, Accenture, American Express, BNY Mellon, DWeb, EY, GE, International Monetary Fund, Nationwide, Philips, Stagecoach, Ubisoft, University of Leicester and Walmart.

Topics have included: intranet transformations, the future for AI and humans, chatbots, the digital campus, the Digital Leader and Digital Workplace of the Year 2019 winners, natural worlds of work, the “decentralized” web, writing a digital workplace strategy, digital natives, the mobile frontline, the world’s biggest intranet (probably!) and corporate podcasts.

Show notes, links and resources for this episode:

Paul Miller’s digital workplace predictions for 2020
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In episode order:

Denis Agusi, Philips; Paul Doherty, Accenture; Jon Simons, Nationwide Building Society; Douglas Pamplin, BNY Mellon; Ross Parry and Lauren Vargas, University of Leicester; Marc Bramoullé, Ubisoft; Toni Vanwinkle, Adobe; Nick Allen, GE; Wendy Hanamura, DWeb; Gary Kensey, American Express; Nisreen Farhan and Ahmed Ammar, International Monetary Fund; Chase Mohr and Jess Woods, EY; Ricky Sickelmore, Stagecoach; Steve Wilson, Walmart; Mark Parkinson, Nationwide Building Society.

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