Digital Workplace Impact


Episode 19: How and Why Physical Workplaces Change The Way We Work

The first Digital Workplace Impact podcast of 2018, hosted by Paul Miller, investigates wellbeing (a very topical subject for January!) with Sally Augustin and Christine Kohlert. Wellbeing in the workplace has benefited from a sea-change in recent years, with organizations taking it more seriously and working harder to retain employees. Tune in to hear the trio discuss the impact of wellbeing on employee output; how digital workplaces can have an adverse effect on our wellbeing; balancing company and local cultures; and napping at work! Show notes, links and resources for this episode: “Design with Science” – “Space for Creative Thinking: Design Principles for Work and Learning Environments”, by Christine Kohlert and Scott Cooper – “Dar Es Salaam: Urbane Restrukturierung Einer Afrikanischen Hafenstadt”, Christine Kohlert’s first book – Workplace Trends –

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Episode 100: Bring yourself to work: hybrid working and the employee experience today

In just over five years since DWG’s Digital Workplace Impact podcast first launched, the world has grappled with a pandemic, seen fantastic technological advancements andexperienceda new era of hybrid working. Through all of this, there has been an acceleration in the humanization of work.For this milestone 100th episode, host Nancy Goebel chats withone ofour very first podcast guests, employee experience leader, Ephraim Freed. Together, they revisit the theme of thatfirst episode, Bring yourself to work: how and why individuality is set to thrive in the workplace, moving on to explore employee experience today, what’s changed and how individuality canstillthrive in an ever-changing world of work.Today, flexibility in work is top of mind and hybrid working has created the opportunity for greater diversity, equity and inclusion. Leading-edge thinking from five years ago is now the ‘everyday’ for many, with increasing opportunities to bring your true self to work. And,if we look to tomorrow, what can we learn from the fundamentals and past experiences to help us further develop employee-centric digital workplaces for the future?Sit back for ahighly entertaining conversation that takes a look at what’s new, what’s through and what could be needed next in the essential digital workplace.Guest speakers:Ephraim Freed, employee experience leader;Customer Success Manager at Workplace by Facebook

Episode 98: Paul and Nancy's digital workplace predictions for 2022

2021 brought a period of accelerated friction and unexpected plot twists. Throughout, many organizations grappled with returning to the physical office, new approaches to hybrid work and changing cultural expectations. So far, 2022 is bringing a whole new set of challenges that nobody could have expected at the time of putting together the predictions.Since 2014, DWG CEO Paul Miller has been sharing emerging and maturing trends in the evolving digital workplace, helping to inform decision-makers as they navigate the year(s) ahead. This year, for the first time, Paul has teamed up with Deputy CEO and Digital Workplace Impact host, Nancy Goebel, in predicting what’s to come.Will 2022 be the year when hybrid leadership comes of age? Is digital working moving into a new phase of growth and creation? Must advanced digital workplaces further connect large workforces to ensure resilience against the unexpected? As iterations of change continue, Paul and Nancy share insights to help digital workplace practitioners in their now everyday role as change agents.In this episode of Digital Workplace Impact, Paul Miller chats with Nancy Goebel at the end of last year. Together they take stock of the rollercoaster ride that was 2021, and look ahead with predictions for the digital workplace this year.(Show notes and links for this episode.)Blog article:Paul and Nancy’s 2022 predictions for the digital workplaceDownload the full report:Decade of Courage Manifesto. Season 2: The year of change that matters