The phantasmagorical future of work – dreamt up by DWG’s Ed Taylor

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Nancy Goebel is DWG’s Managing Director for Member Services. In addition to leading service delivery and member engagement, Nancy is also responsible for global expansion.

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As Executive Director 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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“I think the next two years will really be quite an experimental period where organizations and enterprises work through different ideas and approaches as to how they can fulfil the desire for hybrid working.”

- Edward Taylor, Executive Director, Digital Workplace Group

After the upheaval of the last 18 months, wouldn’t it be wonderful to be able to look forward to a phantasmagorical [fantastic, dream-like] innovative future of work? Well, it turns out that what might have seemed just whimsical and imaginary, part of a very distant future, might not be as far away as we thought!

DWG’s Executive Director, Edward Taylor, sits down with Nancy Goebel to share the ideas around the future of work he’s been dreaming up. The conversation explores how organizations are crafting ‘work from anywhere’ policies, countries are successfully implementing 4-day work weeks, and the concept of the ‘digital nomad’ is rapidly becoming more mainstream.

But before you get too carried away with booking that villa for the entire summer next year, listen to this episode of Digital Workplace Impact as Ed also shares some practical advice for digital workplace practitioners preparing for this exciting and out-of-this-world future of work.

Show notes, links, and resources for this episode:
Workgrid resource: Evolution of the digital workplace: Are digital experience layers the next frontier?
Learn more about the DWG Institute
Hear Ed Taylor speak at Unite21 on 21-22 September

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