Paul Miller, author of ‘The Digital Workplace’, to feature at INTRA.NET Reloaded 2013Author: Ephraim Freed | Date posted: April 22, 2013
The event, which takes place on 25 and 26 April 2013, will bring together high-level personnel from some of the world’s leading companies to discuss the current challenges facing the digital workplace.
Bringing his unique style of interaction, Paul Miller will challenge executives from Lego, Philips, Audi, Coca-Cola and Wells Fargo, among others, to think outside the “digital” box in his role leading a roundtable on “The social workplace: rethinking communication and collaboration in the age of social networks”.
“INTRA.NET Reloaded has become the ‘Davos’ of the intranet, collaboration and digital workplace industry – where the senior people driving this digital transformation in work gather, connect and share,” commented Miller. “I will be encouraging people to think about the impact of the new age of the social enterprise on leadership, remote teams and culture – plus the danger of isolation and the implications of the death (or at least decline) of the office.”
To attend the event on 25 – 26 of April 2013 at Kosmos Berlin and Andel’s Hotel Berlin, Germany go to: http://intra-net2013.we-conect.com/
For more information on Paul Miller’s book, “The Digital Workplace – How Technology is Liberating Work”, visit http://digitalworkplacebook.com
Paul Miller is the CEO and Founder of the Digital Workplace Group which includes the Digital Workplace Forum (DWF), a confidential, invitation-only grouping of major organizations that are committed to sharing, investigating and measuring the performance and business value of their digital workplaces. The purpose of DWF is to radically improve the performance, scope and impact of the digital workplaces of partners organizations – positively impacting recruitment, retention, productivity, environment, travel, real estate and HR.
Current DWF partners are Aviva, Deutsche Post, DHL Group and Johnson & Johnson. More details on the Digital Workplace Forum can be found at http://www.dwforum.com.
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