Paul Miller, author of “The Digital Workplace - How Technology is Liberating Work”, to discuss human-centred digital workplaces at Campus London, powered by Google on October 2nd.
London, UK -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/04/2013 -- What sort of digital world do we want to work in? How do we go about creating it? What are the digital highs and lows we experience in the workplace? Paul Miller, renowned technology commentator, will tackle these questions and more in a talk at Campus London, powered by Google, on Wednesday October 2nd.
In a digital world of work, Miller will argue, the physical is sacred - with virtual working raising the importance of meeting and connecting in person. How can we bring trust in the digital workplace and also handle the isolation and addiction to work with anytime, anywhere working?
Miller comments: "It is in our hands to create the digital worlds we want and deserve to inhabit. At the heart of the digital workplace is a human being trying to engage, connect and get things done. My talk at Campus, powered by Google, is a chance to share and exchange with many people who are in the centre of this new world of work."
Campus London, powered by Google, offers seven floors of flexible work spaces and hosts weekly mentoring programmes, speaker series, networking events and many more events, driven by the startup community.
Register free for Miller's October 2nd session on "Human-Centred Digital Workplace: Creating digital worlds worth working in" at Campus, London.
For more information on Paul Miller’s 'The Digital Workplace – How Technology is Liberating Work' visit http://digitalworkplacebook.com
About Paul Miller
Paul Miller is the CEO and Founder of the Digital Workplace Group which includes the Digital Workplace Forum (DWF), a confidential, invitation-only grouping for major organizations that are committed to share, investigate and measure 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 about the Digital Workplace Forum can be found at http://www.dwforum.com.
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