The Digital Renaissance of Work: Delivering Digital Workplaces Fit for the Future

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Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., Oct 28, 2014 - Computers - 228 pages
The Digital Renaissance of Work: Delivering Digital Workplaces Fit for the Future takes the reader on a journey into the emerging technology-led revival of work. Paul Miller’s follow up to his critically acclaimed The Digital Workplace picks up the story to provide organizations with an understanding of the structural and organizational implications the emerging technology has for the workplace. His insights, backed by the considerable research of the Digital Workplace Forum, offer a lifeline to organizations needing to make better sense of a very uncertain future.
 

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Contents

Plentiful Work We Enjoy a first in human history
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the humanCentred Digital Workplace
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Where Will We Work in the Physical World?
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Collaboration and Why teamwork needs a Makeover
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there are no Jobs But there Is Lots of Work
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Leaders need followers
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Designing for a flexible Workforce
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setting up the Digital Workplace Programme
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Measuring Progress and Performance
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Rolling Out Spark PwCs Transformative Global Collaboration Platform
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Microsofts Workplace Advantage
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Paul Miller has been at the heart of the work and technology revolution for 20 years. He is CEO and Founder of the Digital Workplace Group and author of The Digital Workplace: How Technology is Liberating Work and Mobilising the Power of What You Know. He has given many inspirational keynote talks on the digital future of work to senior executives and addressed large employee events at Microsoft, Google and Adobe. For five years he hosted internet radio Digital Workplace Live and was Executive Producer of IBF24 and DW24. After an early career as a City editor and speechwriter, he published the influential WAVE magazine. Elizabeth Marsh is a writer and researcher with a background in intranet and knowledge management at companies such as Reuters and T-Mobile (UK). She manages Digital Workplace Group’s best practice research programme, which provides organizations with practical insights and thought leadership across intranet and digital workplace topics. She also regularly works with DWG’s clients on consulting projects.

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