Paul Miller says it is the “digital” in the workplace that now defines and shapes our working lives. Building on compelling stories from well-known organizations, Miller explains in a powerful narrative how every aspect of work is being transformed. An essential exploration of modern and future work that we can all relate to personally. Addiction, disappointment, liberation, slavery, speed – The Digital Workplace is a captivating manifesto.
Are we creating digital worlds where we want to work?
Author: ElizabethDate posted: October 23, 2013
When we go into the digital workplace is it a place we want to work, or do we just go there because we have to? If you missed Paul Miller’s talk at Google Campus last week, catch up now and hear his thought provoking ideas around the digital and physical workplace.
Digital worlds worth working in – Oct 2nd talk at Google’s Campus London
Author: PaulDate posted: September 20, 2013
If the digital world you work in were a building, would you ever want to step inside it? Imagine the chaos. Each door with a new identity code, rooms that have no access to other rooms, colleagues who seem lost in corridors you can’t find. In an effort to address this global drag on workplace […]
Leaking roofs and potholes: the “digital office” is unsafe, unstable and inadequate
Author: PaulDate posted: August 9, 2013
Over dinner with some friends at senior levels in the UK public sector, my dining companions recounted all too common stories of dramatic reductions in office space in pursuit of “a big shift to smarter working”. But in each story the “smarter” physical working arrangements were enabled (or more accurately disabled) by digital equivalents hopelessly […]
The Human Centred Digital Workplace
Author: ElizabethDate posted: June 10, 2013
In two new reviews of Paul Miller’s book, the emphasis around the human aspects of the Digital Workplace come to the fore. In Jacob Saaby Nielsen’s review of “The Digital Workplace: How Technology is Liberating Work” he points to not only the freshness of Miller’s perspective on the workplace – and that a different way […]
International Association of Business Communicators invites Paul Miller to discuss the future of work
Author: ElizabethDate posted: May 16, 2013
How will the future of work affect business communicators? This is just one of the questions that will be explored when Paul Miller, author of The Digital Workplace: How Technology is Liberating Work, talks to the IABC in New York on 22 May 2013. Bob Libbey, New York IABC Chapter President and Head of Digital […]