The “hidden gem” that is DWG Research

1 June 2012 by

Over in the UK the nation is getting into party mood as we start the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations. It’s also a year of celebration at DWG (formerly IBF) as it’s our 10th year anniversary and we’re excited about the New York and London member meetings coming up on 13-14 June. Something I’m very passionate about at DWG is our Research Programme, which over the years has spanned a wide range of intranet topics and provides our members with a reliable resource for best practice, thought leadership and inspiration. So I decided to put together an “infographic” to celebrate our research as I often hear that it’s the “hidden gem” of our membership offering, and that organisations don’t realise until they join just what an amazing resource it is. Ok, so I’m having a trumpet blowing moment, but as pictures speak louder than words, I’ll leave it there!

DWG research infographic

Categorised in: Collaboration, Content management, Digital workplace, HR intranets, Internal communications, Intranets, Metrics & measurement, Mobile sites & apps, Research reports, ROI & Business Case, Search & findability, Strategy & governance, Usability & design

Elizabeth Marsh

Director of Research

Elizabeth Marsh is DWG’s Director of Research and author of its latest report ‘Digital workplace overload: How to reduce employee technostress’ (available free on our website). She’s worked as a practitioner, researcher and consultant in the digital workplace field for over 20 years and is a strong advocate for digital literacy and digital wellbeing at work. Elizabeth is currently doing a PhD at the University of Nottingham focusing on employee technostress and the potential of mindfulness to help reduce it. She also co-authored – with Paul Miller – the book ‘The Digital Renaissance of Work: Delivering digital workplaces fit for the future’.

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