WalkMe’s Podcast: This is Digital Adoption Launches with Top Tech Voices

WalkMe Team
By WalkMe Team
Updated May 2, 2023

WalkMe is all about digital adoption platforms. That’s why our new podcast is called: This is Digital Adoption.

WalkMe has joined the growing list of B2B companies to start their own podcast. With both video and audio options, this new distribution channel aims to both enlighten and entertain business professionals and leaders alike, about the many digital adoption challenges that all businesses face today. By speaking with a new guest each episode, viewers will learn how today’s tech leaders innovate and drive success.

The podcast will have several seasons, each with a different focus for viewers. This is Digital Adoption launches its first season with 3 episodes, each featuring a top tech executive. These undeniable leaders in today’s digital reality each have a different role in their companies and each share how their lives were impacted by COVID, and how they each had to adapt in order to do their jobs and lead their departments.

Here are some highlights from each episode, but you don’t want to miss the full conversations! You can watch them here, or listen to them on your favorite podcast app.

Episode 1 – Remember life before Zoom? Neither do we.

This episode, How Zoom Saved Human Interaction Through COVID, features Harry Moseley, the Global CIO of Zoom Video Communications. Harry is extremely humble and down to earth. He shares how COVID forced him to assess his priorities in life, and also forced Zoom to take their product to the next level. 

In this episode you’ll learn the full story behind these top takeaways:

  1. How COVID catapulted Zoom to the top of their market fast because they weren’t afraid to run with change.
  2. Harry and his team work on delivering several fundamentals to their customers: reliability, innovation, cost-effectiveness, and security.
  3. Zoom’s values drove Harry to come out of retirement and lead as their CIO.

Watch the full episode now.

Episode 2 – What’s good for the earth is good for us. Technology is the bridge.

This episode, Where Technology and Sustainability Meet, is a candid conversation with Microsoft UK’s Sustainability Lead and CDO, Matthew Higham. He shares his passion for ethical and sustainable technology, and your perspective on digital success is bound to be challenged by his insights.

In this episode, you’ll get the inside scoop on these top takeaways:

  1. The new environmentally-aware technology leader needs to approach success in a way that empowers both business and the earth.
  2. The way that a company treats its data is a reflection of how it views and respects people – namely customers and employees.
  3. We are in the age of accountability, and leaders must be held especially accountable for the technology that they drive in today’s fast-paced world.

Watch the full episode now.

Episode 3 – Are we working from home or living at work?

This episode, The Rise of Remote Workforce, features the HR executive behind Okta, CPO Kristina Johnson. Kristina (KJ for short) is open and honest about the universal challenges that she has faced but also gives extremely tactical and practical solutions for addressing WFH-fatigue, maintaining company culture from afar, and keeping company productivity running smoothly.

In this episode, you’ll get insights and solutions with these top takeaways:

  1. Okta was prepared for a fully remote workforce well before COVID.
  2. Facilitating remote employee onboarding is a major factor in employee retention and positive company culture.
  3. Leadership is about innovation and adaptability. 

Watch the full episode now.

Ready to learn about corporate digital decisions from the very best?

We can’t wait for you to listen, and stay tuned for many more insightful episodes coming soon!

WalkMe Team
By WalkMe Team
WalkMe pioneered the Digital Adoption Platform (DAP) for organizations to utilize the full potential of their digital assets. Using artificial intelligence, machine learning and contextual guidance, WalkMe adds a dynamic user interface layer to raise the digital literacy of all users.