Unboxing DWG’s 2024 Research Programme

Discover the box of delights that is this year’s Member Research Programme at DWG!

Host Nancy Goebel is joined in the Digital Workplace Impact studio by Elizabeth Marsh, DWG’s Director of Research, to talk about the research planned for 2024.

Elizabeth shares the stories behind how this year’s themes have been selected. DWG’s Research Advisory Board, member input and the 2024 digital workplace predictions have all played their part in helping to pinpoint the hottest digital workplace topics of the day.

The programme comprises six research projects, which promise to provide new insights along with some practical tools and ideas. The DWG team aims to search out great best practice on day-to-day topics and to help digital workplace practitioners consider their own response to industry developments. Futuring for digital workplace teams, AI readiness and digital workplace product management are just some of the themes that will come under the spotlight this year.

So, to get the ‘heads up’ on DWG’s research plans, join Nancy and Elizabeth for an early preview. The new research will complement DWG’s existing library of more than 100 reports.

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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.


Elizabeth Marsh is DWG’s Director of Research and author of its latest report ‘Digital workplace overload: How to reduce employee technostress’.

This is about building the evidence base for everything else. For our members to have that foundation, that basis of knowledge, to help them with all of the different kinds of projects and initiatives that they're working on and to really seed their thinking.


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