‘The Digital Renaissance of Work’ shortlisted as Management Book of the Year 2016
Industry: Information Technology
'The Digital Renaissance of Work: Delivering digital workplaces fit for the future' has been shortlisted for the prestigious CMI Management Book of the Year 2016.
London, UK (PRUnderground) October 26th, 2015
The Digital Renaissance of Work: Delivering digital workplaces fit for the future by Paul Miller, CEO and Founder, Digital Workplace Group (DWG) and Elizabeth Marsh, DWG Director of Research, was published in November 2014 by Gower and has been shortlisted in the “Management Futures” award category. The CMI Management Book of the Year competition is organized by the Chartered Management Institute in association with the British Library and is sponsored by Henley Business School.
According to the judges: “We are looking for a book that has the potential to transform the effectiveness of working managers or equip students for future management roles.”
There will be five category winners, from which one overall winning author will be awarded the prestigious title of Management Book of the Year, a cash prize of £5,000 and thus be recognized as “Management Gold” – the very best in management writing.
On hearing the news, thought leader and entrepreneur Paul Miller said: “Being shortlisted is a huge honour for Elizabeth and myself. Since its launch, the book has attracted both corporate and academic attention around the world. This exciting development adds further weight to our belief that work itself is being reimagined for the digital age.”
Elizabeth added: “In writing the book, Paul and I set out to inform those striving to grapple with the impact of digital inside organizations: giving them data, examples and tools from DWG’s research and benchmarking to be successful. Being on the CMI Management Book of the Year shortlist is an achievement we’re proud of and one that will hopefully highlight it to many more professionals.”
About Digital Workplace Group (DWG)
The Digital Workplace Group (DWG) provides independent expertise to large organisations to help them advance their intranets and broader digital workplaces. DWG offers three primary services: a Member Forum for confidential learning and ongoing improvement, benchmarking and a Consulting Services arm. DWG’s expertise is rooted in real-world experience within large companies, a focus on measurement and research, and vendor-neutral independence.
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