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Date(s) - Jul 6, 2015
4:00 pm - 5:20 pm

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Google Office

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On Monday, July 6th Paul Miller, co-author of The Digital Renaissance of Work: Delivering digital workplaces fit for the future will speak at a private event for the Google for Work team in London.

Overview of Paul’s talk

Paul Miller - DWG CEO - drwbook authorWhat is the digital workplace and why is there so much attention on this now? What can we learn from the examples of companies that are pioneering a transformation in their digital world of work?

In this talk Paul Miller, author of the field-defining book ‘The Digital Workplace – How Technology is Liberating Work’ (and now ‘The Digital Renaissance of Work ), and CEO and Founder of the pioneering consulting and membership firm Digital Workplace Group (DWG) provides a unique perspective from across many different organizations about the significance of the digital workplace and the trends and patterns that are shaping its future.

He cover the many benefits in delivering a digital workplace fit for the future but also some of the significant challenges – work/life blurring, changing demographics, role of management and leadership and the fragmentation of work and jobs.

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