Four ways digital technologies are changing strategy-making
Enabled by digital technologies, so-called ‘open strategy’ initiatives are showing greater transparency and inclusion.
Which skills are the skills of the future? That might depend on you!
Fabian Stephany on why the value of learning a new skill is relative, as it depends on what we already know.
From farm, to factory, to fork: how do we ensure good food and good work through technology?
Cassandra Bowkett and Huw Thomas consider how the adoption of digital technology can lead to good work in the food manufacturing and farming sector.
Disability, neurodivergence and remote working: what employers need to know…
Dr Christine Grant and colleagues outline four steps employers can take to develop truly inclusive remote working practices.
‘They all know how to use their phones at home!’ Normalising and undervaluing digital skills in complex social care work
Kendra Briken and colleagues on how the acquisition of new digital skills by social carers goes unrecognised, undervalued and unrewarded by managers.
Industry 4.0 and the role of human resource managers
This Innovation Fund project explores the extent to which HR managers pursue, support or enable ‘good work’ outcomes from the implementation of digital technologies in Industry 4.0.
The Digitalisation of Access Work: fiction to policy recommendations
This Innovation Fund project explores how access workers' expertise and practices are changing due to the digitalisation of work.
Crowdwork in the creative industry: the case of subscription crowdfunding
This Innovation Fund project investigates the employment opportunities that subscription crowdfunding provides to creators and how funds are generated and distributed.
Beyond organisational boundaries: Open source digital infrastructure in the delivery of products and services
How, when and why do different organisations use OS digital infrastructure to deliver product and services?
Four new projects supported in Digit’s third round of Innovation Funding
The projects will explore crowdfunded work in creative industries, the use of open source digital infrastructure, the digitalisation of access work and the role of HR managers in creating 'good work' through digitalisation.