By Grant Hall
I’m looking forward to presenting some of my research about digital nomads at the University of South Australia School of Management Research Seminar Series.
Date And Time: Fri, 24 May 2019 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm ACST
Location: University of South Australia, School of Management, Elton Mayo Boardroom EM2-18, City West Campus, North Terrace, Adelaide.
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Based on my experience of living as a digital nomad and observing the behaviours of other digital nomads, I will discuss:
- the characteristic motivations, mobility and work practices of digital nomads;
- the implications of the emergence of digital nomads for organisations that seek to attract digital nomads to their regions (such as government agencies or tourism practitioners), and;
- the relevance of digital nomads to South Australia.
This presentation is an extension of the one I made in February at ENTER 2019, the 26th Annual eTourism Conference at the Hilton Cyprus in Nicosia, Cyprus. It revolves around a research paper I co-authored with Marianna Sigala, Ruth Rentschler and Stephen Boyle (all from the School of Management at the University of South Australia), titled Motivations, Mobility and Work Practices; The Conceptual Realities of Digital Nomads, which has been included in a book titled Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism 2019.
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