In an industry that’s at the center of much public scrutiny and legislative action, what can healthcare leaders do to move their organizations forward in these uncertain times? Deloitte experts share advice for not just surviving, but thriving.
The iPod and eventually the iPhone made the Walkman obsolete, and consumers have shifted from personal productivity software to the Internet. Yet these innovations didn’t drive change—they resulted from a convergence of changes including new customer demands. Now we’re seeing a similar pattern in the world of enterprise software.
Learn about The Talented Tenth, an employee group whose mission is to celebrate the accomplishments of blacks in technology, support Workday’s goals to hire diverse talent, and enlighten black communities about educations and careers in tech across the globe.
Thanks to the explosion of free content and sites such as YouTube, consumers can watch someone's how-to video on guitar playing and learn basic chords in minutes. What if employees could more easily share their knowledge within your organization through formats such as video? Here's how to get started.
Organizations have begun their transformations to the cloud, yet there's still a ways to go before the majority of them deliver digital learning capabilities that equal consumer-grade experiences, writes Harry West from Appirio.
The fourth post in Betsy Bland's "Finance and the Tech Foundation" blog series explains why a finance system's underlying technology architecture is critical to gaining the needed data for relevant and timely business decisions.
A huge mismatch exists between what higher education institutions offer in terms of digital tools, and what students themselves want when they get to campus. Watch our video to find out how Workday's recently-graduated product managers build a system with students in mind.
CFOs are increasingly adopting self-service analytics to get the insights that will help them drive their organizations forward—and to help their business partners make decisions better aligned with financial goals.
When considering the right finance and HR system for the school, Mur Muchane, CIO at Wake Forest University, knew he would need to team up with campus colleagues and conduct a thorough assessment of the university’s technology infrastructure before selecting vendors. We sat down with Muchane to discuss the challenges he faced, the benefits of undertaking a project this way, and why Wake Forest ultimately selected Workday Financial Management and HCM.
Workday Chief People Officer Ashley Goldsmith discusses the significance of Equal Pay Day on April 4, and suggests steps companies can take within their organizations to achieve or maintain gender pay parity.
CFOs have an enormous impact on corporate culture, and how well they handle that responsibility directly impacts the overall organization. Read more on the intersection of finance and culture in this post from Workday CFO Robynne Sisco.
More people are no longer as focused on following a linear career path, and instead are looking for experiences across a variety of fields. Workday Chief People Officer Ashley Goldsmith shares some ideas for keeping employees motivated and engaged in this new era of work.
While many CIOs can have all of the passion, eloquence, and skills to be a transformational CIO, the first and most important step is to show how well they're delivering on the core elements of the job. Workday CIO Diana McKenzie explains what it means to be brilliant at the basics.
With the right tech foundation, finance is able to create consolidated reports on a daily basis if needed, across multiple legal entities and currencies, significantly reducing the amount of time it takes to close the books. Read more in part three of Betsy Bland's blog series.
New proposals by the Trump Administration, plus other changes to laws impacting the workforce, will likely have a significant impact on HR and payroll organizations in the coming months. We provide an overview of these potential changes, and discuss how technology can have a huge impact.
In her second post in the "Finance and the Tech Foundation" blog series, Betsy Bland looks at three additional tech concepts: a unified architecture, built-in workflow, and having transactions and analytics in one place.
Just like a house needs a good foundation, a finance system needs the right technology foundation. In the first blog in a series, Betsy Bland examines two critical aspects of that foundation: the cloud delivery model and data security.