The Alldus Podcast – ServiceNow Top 10 Episodes 2022
It has been another action-packed year on The Alldus Podcast and as 2022 comes to a close, we are delighted to bring you the Top Ten episodes in our ServiceNow series from the past year as listened by you.
With over 2,200 minutes of great insights across over 120 episodes from global leaders in AI and Digital Transformation, being listened to every day in over 50 countries worldwide, there is plenty of great content to learn from on The Alldus Podcast whether you are interested in AI or ServiceNow.
So, without further ado, let’s dive in and take a look at the Top Ten episodes in our ServiceNow Podcast Series of 2022. (click on picture for full episode)
10. Maik Skoddow,ServiceNow Solution Architect at T-Systems International
Maik Skoddow, ServiceNow Solution Architect at T-Systems International joined the podcast in November to tell us about how he got into the world of ServiceNow, becoming the ServiceNow Community MVP, his advice to those looking to make an impact within the ServiceNow space and he discussed some of the challenges he’s faced when implementing ServiceNow.
9. Ashutosh Munot, ServiceNow Technical Architect at Nationale-Nederlanden
In October, Ashutosh Munot, ServiceNow Technical Architect at Nationale-Nederlanden joined the podcast to tell us about how to generate your projects into ROI, case studies of the impact they bring to customers, the importance of auditing, enabling citizen development, challenges he’s had to overcome in his career to date and what the future holds for the ServiceNow.
8. Nicola Attico, Blockchain/DLT Solution Engineer – Innovation & Strategy Office at ServiceNow
Nicola Attico, Blockchain/DLT Solution Engineer – Innovation & Strategy Office at ServiceNow joined the show in November to discuss his role at ServiceNow and work within DLT and Blockchain, how he is enabling a digital ecosystem at ServiceNow, use cases of how DLT and Blockchain are making an impact and what the future holds for DLT and Blockchain.
7. Jelane Johnson, Vice President of Transformation at UnitedHealthcare
In September, Jelane Johnson, Vice President of Transformation at UnitedHealthcare in Phoenix, AZ joined the podcast to tell us about some of the interesting work she does with UnitedHealthcare, the importance of transparency and communication, using internal tools to improve collaboration and the vision for implementing ServiceNow in a large enterprise.
6. Fredrik Spets, Digital Transformation Director at Saab
Fredrik Spets, Digital Transformation Director at Saab featured on the podcast in august as he discussed how they are using ServiceNow at Saab for their onboarding process, challenges they faced in successfully implementing ServiceNow, the importance of transparency and communication and he told us about the benefits it brought to Saab’s employees.
5. Jan Pennel, ServiceNow Practice Lead at D2M Services, a division of DISYS
Jan Pennel, ServiceNow Practice Lead at D2M Services, a division of DISYS joined the podcast in August to tell us about the interesting work they are doing at D2M Services, figuring out the most effective problems to solve for customers, use cases of a successful implementation journey, the importance of people and communication skills and what’s next for ServiceNow.
4. Vicki Harris, Director of Business Development at Thirdera
Vicki Harris, Director of Business Development at Thirdera came on the podcast back in June to tell us about some of the problems they are solving using ServiceNow within Telecoms, use cases of the benefits it brings to the industry, the importance of change management and she discussed future innovation within the Telecoms sector.
3. Evan Vafidis, Head of License Management at Uniper
In February, Evan Vafidis, Head of License Management at Uniper featured on the podcast to tell us about the benefits that ServiceNow has brought to Uniper, his advice for implementing ServiceNow in your business, the importance of people management and he discussed influencing decision makers to embrace digital change.
2. Christian Seiberl, CSM & FSM Lead at iTSM Group Austria
Christian Seiberl, CSM & FSM Lead at iTSM Group Austria joined the podcast back in April as he told us about why ServiceNow is the platform of choice, some projects he is working on within the iTSM Group, the differences between ITSM vs CSM/FSM, his advice on starting a career in iTSM and some emerging trends in the ecosystem that excite him.
1. Bharti Sharma, Global Head of ITSM, Service Availability and Service Management Platform at Aon
Our most listened-to episode of the year featured Bharti Sharma, Global Head of ITSM, Service Availability and Service Management Platform at Aon who discussed her current role at Aon, macro trends she is seeing within Digital Transformation, advice to C-Suite executives embarking on their transformation journey and her three steps to building a winning team.
We would like to say a big thank you to all our guests who featured on the show this year and to everyone who has tuned in. Stay tuned for more great episodes coming your way on The Alldus Podcast in 2023.
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