Expert takeaways from DWG’s spring Member Meeting

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Nancy Goebel took over as CEO at the start of 2023. Previously, Nancy was DWG's Managing Director, Member Services, with responsibility for global expansion. Nancy has hosted the Digital Workplace Impact podcast since 2021.


Angela leads on DWG's Technology Provider Programme. In her 20 years of experience, Angela has been instrumental in several digital transformation initiatives that were considered corporate firsts. With a unique history of motivating geographically dispersed teams, Angela is an innovator for both the business and IT strategy.
As Chief Growth Officer at DWG, Edward is part of the leadership team and is focused on helping to grow the business and develop our existing services. He works closely with the DWG member community to support them in meeting their objectives through our consulting practice.

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“When you're able to talk to other practitioners that have been in the same ‘problemscape’ that you've been in, suddenly you're bringing new ideas to your organization. You're able to try things out and be innovative, where sometimes you're not able to do this when you're a one-person band.”

- Angela Huffman Edwards, Co-Head, DWG Technology Provider Programme

Spring 2023 saw DWG’s in-person member event take place at The Coca-Cola Company’s headquarters in Atlanta. Members often talk about DWG’s meetings as a barometer for the digital workplace industry: a chance to temperature-check change and share and capture new ideas.

In this Digital Workplace Impact podcast, Edward Taylor, DWG’s Chief Growth Officer, and Angela Huffman Edwards, Co-Head of DWG’s Technology Provider Programme, chat with host Nancy Goebel about the most prominent themes of the meeting.

At such member events, DWG facilitates assembled practitioners to uncover the latest challenges and best practices. Atlanta’s agenda also included a DWG Technology Lab, where technology providers share new solutions and ideas in comfortable conversations.

Hot topics from the two days included channel fatigue post-COVID, personalization of complex services, the desire to connect disparate technologies, and more. It was also clear that today’s digital practitioners are in a period of active experimentation, while still balancing the needs of existing digital headquarters.

To find out more about this energizing meeting and how you can get involved in the future, listen to Nancy, Ed and Angie covering takeaways, trends and the timeline for upcoming DWG events.

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