- White Papers
- Creating the Hybrid Organisation (2010)
- The Work / Life Report (2010)
- Activity Based Working (2010)
- Back to the future (2010)
- Productivity and Balance: Opportunities and Challenges in implementing Flexible Workplace Models
- The Hybrid Organisation in Practice – Making it work (2011)
- The Anywhere Working City
- Expert Panel
- Charlotte Alldritt – Volterra Consulting
- Dave Coplin – Director of Search and Hybrid Organisation Lead, Microsoft UK
- Peter Flade – Managing Partner, Gallup Consulting
- Peter Hemington – Corporate Finance Partner, BDO LLP
- Philip Ross – CEO, UnWork
- Graeme Leach – Chief Economist and Director of Policy, Institute of Directors
- In the News
- Case Studies
Dave Coplin – Director of Search and Hybrid Organisation Lead, Microsoft UK
Since joining Microsoft in 2005, Dave Coplin has worked across a wide range of sectors and customers, providing strategic advice and guidance around the cost effective use of technology in relation to their business needs.
As an established thought leader in the UK and having spent a considerable amount of time in the Public Sector providing leadership and guidance around key technology policy issues like Cloud Computing, Open Government, Open Data and the “consumerisation” of IT, Dave is currently working as Director of Search for Microsoft UK’s Consumer and Online business, focusing the spotlight on the power and potential of search and the way it holds the key to society’s effective use of all that technology and the internet has to offer.
Prior to joining Microsoft, Dave spent 13 years delivering IT strategy and solutions within the Professional Services industry in the UK, Canada and the Netherlands, helping to build the foundations of a global IT infrastructure.
Dave has contributed to a range of media articles, conferences and forums all relating to the goal of making technology less “visible” and more valuable in our daily lives – many of those conversations are available on his blog, The Envisioners.
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