Is it really possible to increase the level of diversity in your company’s workplace while helping to end digital poverty? What do we mean by ‘Digital Poverty’? Who is affected by it? In this episode of the Digital Workplace Deep Dive, we hear from four like-minded individuals from seemingly unrelated organizations about how they are collaborating in clever ways to end Digital Poverty. Dan Brown, the founder of The Positive Transformation Group explains how all of this is much more than handing someone a laptop and walking away. Harry Messenger shares his latest research on the extent of the problem. Annette Brown reveals the top three groups of individuals who will benefit the most from digital assistance. Davoud Pourhossein explains how service providers like Unisys can provide the one missing ingredient that can make all the difference to someone looking to improve their life. If, after listening to this episode, you’d like to find out more about how your organization can both get involved and benefit from this program, I’ve included links to The Positive Transformation Group and Dan Brown’s email address.
Dan Brown – Founder of The Positive Transformation Group: firstname.lastname@example.org