My Talk with GigaOm

Author: Paul | Date posted: May 22, 2012

Here is the latest interview on my new book where I talk about the symbiotic relationship between the physical and digital work spaces. Hope you enjoy it!  


Nowhere to hide for leaders – why CEOs must be up front and personal in the Digital Workplace

Author: Steve | Date posted: May 18, 2012

It’s always amazing to find how the leadership of some organizations simply do not involve themselves in the Digital Workplace, or its main constituent channels.  These CEOs are effectively anonymous there, either by being invisible both to employees and to customers, or heavily disguised behind the words of their corporate communications departments. Yet the Digital […]


Working safely in The Digital Workplace: Keeping data secure

Author: Paul | Date posted: April 27, 2012

In “The Digital Workplace: How Technology is Liberating Work” we cover both the ups and the downs of digital working. Arguably one of the negatives is an increasing nervousness about the potential for data security breaches amongst organizations. There are a number of trends which have the potential to make IT departments feel a little […]


No more offices in the Digital Workplace – and now the end of factories too.

Author: Paul | Date posted: April 26, 2012

I am often asked whether the Digital Workplace is a transformation confined to “knowledge workers” – people whose work happens in offices – managers, admininstrative staff, consultants and so on. The question usually arises out of a desire to restrict and reduce the impact of the tsunami of change sweeping through work caused mainly by […]


Working in the Digital Workplace or How I Learnt to Enjoy Meetings

Author: Paul | Date posted: April 10, 2012

Timothy Leary, the American writer and popular counter-culture figure, once said that “In the future, physical meetings will take on sacred, almost mythic proportions.”  It’s a quote we use in “The Digital Workplace: How Technology is Liberating Work” and one Paul Miller and others at DWF have found ourselves returning to every now and then […]


Dynamic or dinosaurs? The impossible dilemma facing IT departments

Author: Paul | Date posted: March 22, 2012

In “The Digital Workplace: How Technology is Liberating Work” we suggest that we are on an unstoppable trajectory towards location-free working.  The world of work is changing and as the Telework Research Network’s Kate Lister suggests, “you can’t put the genie back in the bottle.” Going hand-in-hand with this is an increasing desire for employees to be […]


Is addiction the dark side of digital working?

Author: Paul | Date posted: March 7, 2012

In “The Digital Workplace: How Technology is Liberating Work” book we also explore some of the potential negative outcomes arising from the fundamental shifts in work. We believe one of these is an “addiction” to being connected to the Digital Workplace – an end-result which can undermine and erode any distinction between work and family […]


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