Bringing the future of work to 10 markets around the world—This October, as part of the Now at Work 2020 Digital Experience, ServiceNow will unveil exciting, new innovations in the Now Platform® Paris release. We’ll showcase new ways to drive growth, strengthen business continuity, and enhance employee productivity.
Broadcasting in six languages across ten market channels, Now at Work 2020 will offer engaging, locally relevant experiences. Our goals include bringing the innovations of the Now Platform Paris release to a wider audience, and highlighting stories of resilience and business agility from local customers.
Mark your calendars. Now at Work 2020 takes place on two dates:
October 6—Americas, Asia (includes Singapore, India), Japan, France, Germany, Alps & Eastern Europe, Italy, Nordics & Benelux, Spain, UK & Ireland
October 15—Australia & New Zealand
Now at Work 2020 content is tailored for the distinct needs of audiences in each market. Interested customers, partners, and prospective customers may register for one (or all!) of the Now at Work experiences, based on their regional preferences.
No matter which Now at Work program you choose to attend, your morning will begin with a local Welcome Keynote headlined by ServiceNow Chief Innovation Officer Dave Wright. Dave will then be joined by Robert Teed, ServiceNow VP of Corporate Services, for a discussion on what it means to be agile in the current moment, and how companies can best position themselves for a safe return to the workplace using our Safe Workplace suite of apps.
The keynotes are followed by inspiring Thought Leadership and Customer Spotlight sessions.
Now at Work Americas has announced that their Spotlight speaker will be basketball legend Magic Johnson.
Leadership Lessons from an NBA Legend
ESPN anchor and host Hannah Storm sits down with NBA Hall of Famer and basketball legend Magic Johnson for an in-depth conversation about leadership, agility, managing change, and overcoming adversity to achieve success both on the court and in the boardroom.
Now at Work UK & Ireland’s Spotlight session features Philip Carter, chief analyst for Europe at IDC. Philip will also present a session showcasing new IDC research about the current state of business agility in the EMEA market.
Agile Business is the New Business
As we close out 2020, it’s clear that our business environment will increasingly be defined by volatility and uncertainty. Digital transformation must accelerate, and organizations will need to differentiate based on how they can respond to evolving market dynamics. This requires a technology environment that is platform-based, innovation-oriented and capable of delivering consumer-like experiences.
IDC will showcase their groundbreaking research correlating agility with business outcomes and emerging digital use cases. They will provide key recommendations on how to make the future of work a reality by engaging, empowering and inspiring an increasingly fluid, distributed workforce.
Now at Work Australia & New Zealand’s Spotlight speaker line-up includes Adam Grant and Adam Goodes.
Leaders Lounge with Adam Grant
Wharton professor and organisational psychologist Adam Grant is a leading expert on how we can find motivation and meaning and live more generous and creative lives. Adam hosts the TED podcast WorkLife, and his TED talks have been viewed more than 20 million times. During this Leaders Lounge session, Adam will offer his perspective on how to lead through this crisis, sharing advice from his bestselling books.
Leaders Lounge with former Australian rules footballer Adam Goodes will offer his insights on race, identity, and belonging.
Adam played for the Sydney Swans in the Australian Football League (AFL). He is equally known for his involvement and leadership within the Indigenous community, especially through his GO Foundation. Since retiring from football, Adam has worked on numerous causes and campaigns, partnering with both corporate and non-profit organizations.