4 Reasons Not to Miss Zoom’s Livestream from Davos
Zoom is excited to be co-hosting a panel and luncheon with Nasdaq surrounding this year’s World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland, which is the premier forum designed to measurably improve the state of the world. Needless to say, I’m thrilled to moderate the Zoom-Nasdaq panel session, titled “Culture in the Connected World,” and lead a discussion with executives from Deloitte, McKinsey, S&P Global, and Salesforce.
The panel will focus on the potential impact of technology as it affects organizations and society, and will dive into all the ways technology can empower the workforce of the future, improve sustainability, and engage millennials and Gen Z. It promises to be a lively discussion, and since our on-site spots are filling up fast, we are offering a livestream for all to participate.
Watch it live
Here are four reasons not to miss the “Culture in the Connected World” livestream from Davos.
- Understand the imperative and why there is a need to invest in the “people experience,” as a way to build competitive differences and drive an organization’s ability to move faster.
- Identify a growing shift in workplace culture and why businesses can only realize transformational benefits through complete workforce buy-in.
- Get a front-row seat on the struggle to balance data access with data privacy in today’s hyper-connected workplace — and hear creative ways to achieve both.
- Understand the new tools to evaluate the most valuable outcomes— for clients, partners, employees, and employers — when you create a connected culture in a modern company.
Panel and luncheon details
- Date: 12:30 to 2 p.m. CET Wednesday, Jan. 22
- Panel: 12:30-1:30 p.m.
- Q&A: 1:30-2 p.m.
- Moderator: Harry Moseley, Global CIO, Zoom
- Larry Quinlan, Global CIO, Deloitte
- Michael Wright, Global CIO, McKinsey
- Laura Deaner, Global CISO, S&P Global
- Andrew Brandman, SVP, Financial Services, Salesforce
Watch it live
The World Economic Forum Annual Meeting, which is more commonly known as Davos, is designed to engage business and world leaders in a creative forum to discuss and shape the global, regional, and industry agendas for the coming year. The foremost goal of the World Economic Forum is to improve the state of the world, and this goal shapes the development and design of the Annual Meeting’s objectives.