Call for papers: Special Issue on digital work in healthcare
The issue will seek to understand what can be learnt from previous manifestations of digital healthcare work.
Parliamentary Office for Science & Technology cites Digit-funded research
Research into the remote e-working experiences of Disabled and Neurodivergent Workers, supported by Digit's Innovation Fund, has been cited in a new briefing from the Parliamentary Office for Science and Technology.
New article on the 4-day work week in Harvard Business Review
Researchers address what leaders need to know about the 4-day work week
agiLab is a collaboration between academics and practitioners to develop more flexible ways of meeting the needs of workers, patients and society.
Leading an Agile Workforce in the NHS
This related project explores the move into agile-working for NHS staff. Funded by the NHS People Directorate/Leadership Academy.
Digit co-lead quoted in the New Statesman
Digit co-lead Dr. Emma Russell was quoted in an article in the New Statesman on: The development dip: Has remote working stopped us learning?
How rural coworking hubs can facilitate well-being through the satisfaction of key psychological needs
Once considered an urban phenomenon, rural enterprise hubs (REH) and rural coworking spaces (RCWS) are now increasing in popularity to support entrepreneurial rural communities. Whilst previous research has examined economic and community benefits, a focus on well-being benefits has been overlooked. Framed by self-determination theory, this empirical research investigates [...]
Is the ‘right to disconnect’ a red herring?
Right-to-disconnect policies are gaining traction but are they a distraction from the real problem—too much work?
Coworking in the country: sign of a healthy rural economy?
Can new models of hybrid-working act as a catalyst for the expansion of rural coworking spaces?
Do we really need another blog about digital futures at work?
The new Digit blog aims to bring a little light to the white heat of debates about how digital technologies are changing work.