Agility – The Essential Superpower in the New World of Work
Tracey Fritcher

Virtual Think Tank Series

Agility – The Essential Superpower in the New World of Work

Thursday, April 29, 2021 • 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM (ET)

The year 2020 began much like any other year but in short order, everything changed. No person or company has been spared the impact of COVID-19. Many organizations are having to furlough or lay-off a record number of employees while other companies cannot hire fast enough to keep up with the growing demand for their products or services. A common theme, however, is that all people leaders are now faced with new challenges and workforce demands unlike they have experienced before especially in terms of digital preparedness.

In this interactive Virtual Think Tank, we will discuss how different organizations have been impacted as well as the strategies being leveraged to not only deal with the current crisis but to prepare for the future.

  • How can organizations create greater agility and resiliency across their enterprise?
  • What strategies and technologies will help organizations digitally transform their operations?
  • How do we welcome employees back into the workplace safely while also supporting those who choose to work remotely?

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    Tracey Fritcher
    Director and Principal Strategist, Employee Experience
    ServiceNow
    ServiceNow

    Tracey Fritcher is a Director and Principal Strategist in the Employee Experience group at ServiceNow with over 30 years of HR experience in areas such as global talent acquisition, talent development, organizational effectiveness and consulting.  She helps leaders focus on what their people need to be engaged and how to give teams the ability to be productive from any place and at any time by leveraging digital & the power of the ServiceNow platform.  She speaks and writes about employee experience, design thinking, digital transformation, workplace safety, how to treat employees beautifully and the skills needed for the future of work.  She is driven to help people grow and loves to find ways to highlight the great work of organizations who take care of their teams.  Her career has given her strong global experience and has allowed her to work in Asia, Australia, Central America and throughout Europe.

    She is originally from Wisconsin and a graduate of UW-Madison, but now lives in Minneapolis, MN with her wonderful husband, their little boy and big Golden Retriever, Truman.

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