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How to Define the Digital Workplace 2030 and Why it Matters Now

How to Define the Digital Workplace 2030 and Why it Matters Now

How should we define the digital workplace? This question comes up often since the term came into common usage almost a decade ago. There have been many different definitions offered up and a Digital Workplace Group (DWG) blog we published back in 2015, titled "Which of These 8 Definitions of 'Digital Workplace” Works Best for You?," remains popular.

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Digital Workplace Culture: What Works, What’s Broken?

Digital Workplace Culture: What Works, What's Broken?

The need for a healthy workplace culture is nothing new.  But as brands wave goodbye to water cooler conversations and welcome emoji-laced messaging, fostering a culture of cohesion and productivity among employees working across timezones is easier said than done. But as Digital Workplace Group researcher Beth Gleba wrote,

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Only Senior Leaders Can Solve Employee Disengagement

Only Senior Leaders Can Solve Employee Disengagement

CHICAGO — Jill Christensen delivered a message this morning for executives who employ toxic, incompetent managers who don't care about inspiring employees: Fire 'em all. It's high time organizations fix the epidemic of employee disengagement, Christensen told the Digital Workplace Experience  audience in her opening keynote yesterday.

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Managing Digital Workplace Communication: So Many Tools, So Much Confusion

Managing Digital Workplace Communication: So Many Tools, So Much Confusion

It seems fashionable these days to blame email for our communication woes. After all, critics say it’s a time suck, makes us less productive, costs companies money and even makes us sick. While all of this may very well be true, pointing the finger at any one technology won’t

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Overcoming Dysfunctional Leadership in the Digital Workplace

Overcoming Dysfunctional Leadership in the Digital Workplace

Let's take a moment to knock digital off its pedestal and point out the obvious. Technology isn't going to save your business from leaders with poorly developed personalities who lack the warmth, empathy and compassion to treat both customers and employees with respect.

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5 Traits of Digital Workplace Leaders

5 Traits of Digital Workplace Leaders

Successful digital enterprises need to embrace more than the latest technologies: they need to embed cultural changes about work, work practices and company management.  They also need to align leadership styles with digital workplace needs, explained Paul Miller, CEO and founder of the Digital Workplace Group (DWG).

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Leadership In a Digital World Speaks to More Than Just Employees

Leadership In a Digital World Speaks to More Than Just Employees

According to Suresh Kumar, CIO of the New York City-based bank BNY Mellon, the biggest change sweeping the ranks of IT isn't technological but cultural, as leaders grapple with what it means to be effective in a digital workplace that blurs boundaries. Who Are You Leading? For C-suite executives, one

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