Interview with Gwen Sterling Wilke


Episode Description

The world of work is still adjusting to the shocks and after-shocks of the covid pandemic. Rather than simply choosing or balancing where work happens, RTO (Return to Office) or WFH (Work from Home), organisations are faced with the need for unprecedented levels of behavioural and technological adaptability and flexibility. In this episode Organisation Development explorer and guide Gwen Stirling-Wilkie talks about her concept of Omni-Working, working effectively in all ways from all places, and the radical shift that this requires in the conduct and quality of our conversations at work.

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Episode Resources

Gwen’s resource recommendations:

The concept of social capital and the work of Michael Arena on network analysis:

Books by Linda Gratton and Andrew J. Scott on the multi-generational work context:


Gwen’s contact details: