What is the digital renaissance?
The Digital Renaissance of Work explores how digital tools are changing our work and our lives more dramatically than we know.
The book explains how companies can harness the power of their digital workplaces to create great value, and identifies how the rest are rapidly falling behind.Download a chapter
How to use this book:
- Roadmap for shifting from an intranet to digital workplace management
- Guidance on building a coherent digital workplace strategy
- Inspiration for how to provide true value with digital tools
- Challenge to colleagues and clients to develop broader visions
tied to practical guidance
The freedom and creativity enabled by digital tools are transforming work. We’re moving from an ethos of “work as suffering” to a digital ethic of “work as freedom”.
The book has two main parts:
- an exploration of how our modern digital world is evolving rapidly and changing our lives and work, and;
- guidance for large companies rethinking their digital workplaces.
A guide for digital
The role of managing a digital workplace is new. It’s not just about technology; it’s about understanding workers’ needs and business challenges, and properly designing an raft of new digital tools to solve problems and deliver business value.
This book provides the roadmap — drawing heavily upon the experience of DWG, which has been helping major organizations improve their digital workplaces for over a decade.
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Paul and Elizabeth live at the forefront of the digitization of work, but remain primarily focused on people and the impact of technology on the human condition. The Digital Renaissance of Work provides a fresh and refreshingly optimistic insight into how we’ll work in the future.
As the digital workplace becomes the borderless enterprise, this book demonstrates pragmatic foresight on the integration of, and augmentation with technology, never losing sight of the fact that humans are at the center of the digital workplace.
The future work agenda is gathering pace – in this optimistic and informative book, Miller and Marsh offer a guide to the thorny challenge of making digital workplace strategies more human.