Want The Hidden Secrets To Creating A Winning Digital Culture?

Thursday, September 23, 2021
1:00PM EST

Spaces, Technology, and People: How the Digital Workplace Impacts Culture and Governance

Change is happening, and it's happening fast.

Although this change can produce incredible and innovative results, it can also be a hindrance.

For example:

  • With so many new platforms and devices, how do I communicate and collaborate properly? How do I address "Zoom Fatigue?"
  • Now that many companies are moving to the cloud, where do I put all the information? How do I ensure the document I am working on is the most current? What do all these dashboards mean?
  • With new technology and platforms coming out nearly every day, how do I make sure I protect my employees and my clients?

Join us today and find out how you can:

  • Measure Your Culture To Grow Your People
  • Improve Your Corporate Governance To Protect Your Business
  • Maximize Your Digital Project Deployment To Strengthen Your Infrastructure
  • Accelerate Your Digital Transformation To Harness The Power Of Innovation
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Our special guest, Digital Anthropologist Giles Crouch, specializes in helping businesses make organizational magic by connecting culture and strategy.

Giles is a polymath with an educational and experiential background in digital anthropology, behavioural economics, systems thinking and marketing.

He has over 20 years of global experience in bringing new and emerging technologies to market from software to hardware. He works with a wide variety of governments and companies from industrial to consumer packaged goods to technology and start-ups.

Don't get left in the past. Register Today!


Giles W. Crouch
Digital Anthropologist | Chief Digital Officer | Polymath | Strategist

A regular on both Canadian and International news programs, over 100 events have now featured Giles speaking on the intersection of humans and technology. He has lead ground-breaking digital research (netnography) that has informed both Canadian and Norwegian foreign policy and helped several major brands uncover new opportunities. His first book, “2nd Adaptation: How Humanity Can Survive the Digital Age,” comes out in late 2022.


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