How to work – when (pretty much) everyone’s at home

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Paul Miller is CEO and Founder of DWG, and has given many inspirational talks on the digital future of work, for Microsoft, IKEA, Google, Accenture and Harvard Business Review, and written three books. His latest book is Nature of Work – The new Story of Work for a Living Age (co-authored with Shimrit Janes).

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Andrea is passionate about optimizing employees’ digital experiences and is one of DWG's Account Managers. Prior to joining DWG in 2019, Andrea worked for Adobe for nearly 20 years, leading its Digital Communication Channels team, driving the strategy for and implementation of Adobe’s internal digital communications channels.
Steve Bynghall is a freelance consultant, researcher and writer specializing in the digital workplace, intranets, knowledge management, collaboration and other digital themes. He is DWG’s Research and Knowledge Lead, a benchmark evaluator and research analyst for DWG.
Shimrit is Director of Knowledge for DWG, focused on curating knowledge on the digital workplace for its members and clients such as Adobe, The Coca-Cola Company, and Ubisoft. Shimrit has recently co-authored Nature of Work: The new story of work for a living age with Paul Miller.

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“This potentially presents an opportunity to move the culture forward in terms of empathy, transparency and the way that people can work together. I think it’s a chance to take stock and to really think about who you are as an organization and how you want to be working together as a community.”

- Steve Bynghall, DWG

Working from home is increasingly becoming a forced necessity rather than a personal choice around the world. Not only is home working a new experience for many people, the circumstances in which they are working and living are unprecedented.

Joining Paul Miller are Shimrit Janes, Director of Knowledge; Steve Bynghall, Knowledge and Research Lead; and Andrea Brant, Account Manager, all from DWG. Together they discuss ways in which remote working can be approached from an individual, team and organizational level; how this crisis has the potential to change company culture; and what opportunities there may be for work in the wake of COVID-19.

Show notes, links and resources for this episode:
Blog: Rapid response remote working – 12 week support program
Research report: Understanding the relationship between organizational culture and the digital workplace

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