At Workday, we have a yearly goal that never changes—to help our customers realize as much value as they can from our products and services. Emily McEvilly, senior vice president of services, shares her top three picks for how your organization can get more out of Workday in 2018.
At a recent Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner hosted by Workday, Lynn Christensen, senior vice president of product development, led a conversation on how to innovate and find creative solutions to work problems.
At Workday Rising Europe, Workday security product manager Archana Ramamoorthy discussed why hackers seek to exploit human weakness and how businesses can build a plan to prevent, detect, and respond to this increasing threat. She recommends three steps to take to keep users and data safe.
Barbara Cosgrove, vice president, chief privacy officer at Workday, announces that Workday has joined the General Assembly of the EU Cloud Code of Conduct, a group of cloud service providers working to demonstrate and assure companies and regulators of their compliance with privacy laws in advance of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
In this video, Jeni Fitzpatrick, senior vice president of HR at Convergys, and Ryan Festerling, executive vice president of HR at Kohl’s, join Workday Chief People Officer Ashley Goldsmith to discuss the use of technology to increase transparency in the workplace.
What does 2018 hold for HR executives? Ashley Goldsmith, chief people officer at Workday, shares her thoughts on automation, reskilling, and why learning environments need to evolve with a changing workplace.
What do a CIO’s New Year’s resolutions look like for 2018? Diana McKenzie, chief information officer at Workday, discusses three main focus areas for IT leaders: security, a changing workplace, and the shift from legacy technologies to a more digital future state.
How will the CFO role change in 2018? Robynne Sisco, chief financial officer at Workday, explains why CFOs and their teams must be able to help their organizations navigate all of the broad-sweeping changes on the horizon with both organizational and individual agility.
How prepared is your business for May 25, 2018—the date the General Data Protection Regulation becomes enforceable? At Workday Rising Europe, Jeremy Baker, affiliate professor at ESCP Europe business school, outlined how organizations can prepare for these new rules and avoid penalties for non-compliance.
At Workday, our approach towards environmental stewardship continues to focus on reducing our carbon footprint, investing in renewable energy, and working in partnership with our employees and other organizations to support a low-carbon economy. Carrie Varoquiers shares an update on our progress and where we're headed next.
During a Business Leader Forum at Workday Rising, Sheila Marcelo, CEO at Care.com, sat down with Leighanne Levensaler, senior vice president of corporate strategy at Workday, to discuss changes to the workforce and the implications they have on our society.
In this episode, Josh DeFigueiredo, Workday’s chief trust officer, talks with host David Clarke about why companies should evaluate on-premise and cloud technology providers differently, and how to build and maintain a “culture of security” within your organization.
As a CIO, how do you lead in an increasingly automated and "boundaryless" world? John Boudreau, research director for USC’s Center for Effective Organizations, explains why CIOs need to stay aware of social issues such as the impact of automation on the workforce, and gives examples of how companies can be more creative in how they source human expertise to create new innovations.
Nancy Vitale, senior vice president of human resources at Genentech, and Dean Carter, vice president of shared services at Patagonia, join Ashley Goldsmith, chief people officer at Workday, in a discussion about the practices and processes necessary to maintain a great corporate culture.
While financial services firms have innovated their front office with new technologies to meet rising customer expectations, they may have overlooked the needs of their internal customers—their employees. With the right strategy and systems to make sense of information, organizations and their employees can turn valuable finance and HR data from a collection of facts into actionable insights.
Pete Schlampp, vice president of Workday Analytics, interviews R. “Ray” Wang, founder and chairman of Constellation Research, and author of the book, "Disrupting Digital Business." Wang reveals what business leaders should be thinking about when it comes to the accelerating evolution of enterprise analytics.
HR professionals are always on the hunt for the elusive secret sauce; the practice, process, or mentality that could transform a good corporate culture into a great one. Chinwe Onyeagoro, president of Great Place to Work, discusses what her organization has learned about companies that have high-trust, high-performing cultures.
How can companies help shape public policy? Stewart Verdery, founder and CEO of Monument Policy Group, discussed this topic and more at a roundtable he facilitated at Workday Rising. Learn what sets apart companies that are effective in engaging in policy, and the importance of participating in conversations in Washington D.C., in this interview with Verdery.
The University of Pennsylvania is moving ahead with an HR transformation plan that it will accomplish with the help of Workday Human Capital Management. Jack Heuer, vice president of human resources at Penn, reveals the progress they’ve made toward becoming an even more connected campus.