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Digital Workplace 2030: Preparing now for the digital worlds of work to come
Looking 12 years ahead, how do you envisage the digital workplace will be? This 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”.
Who is Paul Miller?
Paul Miller is CEO and Founder of the Digital Workplace Group. His latest book, ‘The Digital Renaissance of Work: Delivering digital workplaces fit for the future’ (co-authored with Elizabeth Marsh), was shortlisted for the CMI Management Book of the Year 2016 Award. Paul’s previous book, ‘The Digital Workplace: How technology is liberating work’, helped to popularize and explain the term “digital workplace”. Paul has given many inspirational talks on the digital future of work, for audiences at Microsoft, IKEA, Google, Accenture, Harvard Business Review, Cisco, European Commission, Adobe and Oxford University.
He was ranked one of the world’s Top 50 Social Employee Advocacy Leaders in 2015 and was a Judge and Mentor for the Duke of York’s Inspiring Digital Enterprise Awards. Paul hosted the pioneering internet radio show Digital Workplace Live for five years and is Executive Producer of the 24-hour global digital experience Digital Workplace 24.
Prior to founding DWG, Paul was Founder and CEO of communications company The Empowerment Group; Publisher and Editor of social and digital innovation magazine “Wave”; and, in pre-internet days, co-founder of the Ideas Café salon. He now lives in the Cotswolds in the UK.
Follow Paul on Twitter @paulmillersays
How London’s Heathrow Airport is preparing for digital take-off
76,000 people work at Heathrow airport employed by around 300 different companies. 60% of these people do not have a desk or a laptop, With that, Heathrow Airport is on a mission to deploy a truly mobile digital workplace. Neil Barnett, Senior Digital Communications Manager, talks us through the project to date, explaining how it accommodates the diverse workforce. He describes how the HR, IT and Communications teams are working together, the challenges they’ve faced, and goes into detail on the technologies they are using to differentiate the airport, making it more competitive and efficient.
How to put ‘Digital Scotland’ on the map
Scottish Government is blazing a digital trail. It’s improving its internal digital workplace; digitizing its frontline services; and boosting its economy.
Paul Miller talks to Ken Goodlad about how Scottish Government is dispelling the myth that the public sector are digital laggards. From the mentoring scheme “Digital Friends” to setting up global firsts such as CivTech, Ken tells us how they have been able to make such a success of their digital programme and why being leaders in digital innovation doesn’t necessarily mean being digital experts.
What 7-year-olds need to learn now to thrive in an AI world of work
When the topic of AI and the future of work arises, the picture painted is often a bleak one. But Calum Chace and Angus Knowles-Cutler have a much more optimistic outlook on the future. Paul Miller asks them both: What should children be learning today to equip themselves to work alongside machines?
This enlightening and refreshingly positive conversation also covers how we can all prepare for the future; how different societies will adapt and which will prosper; and asks would a life without having to work really be so bad?