Workday Blogs - Innovation

Mike Frandsen

Last March, David Clarke penned an outstanding blog on Workday’s move to single codeline development, meaning we now use just one line of code for both our current release of Workday and features we’re developing for our next release. Most importantly, this move has transformed our development organization to one focused on continuous development. Having recently completed our delivery of Workday 23, we have a full year of experience with this model, and I want to complement David’s blog with my perspective on why it is so fantastic for our customer community.  Read Entire Blog >>

Leighanne Levensaler

When vendors begin to sound the same and any one of them can claim a business process is simple, intuitive, or seamless, companies need to ask a few fundamental questions to cut through the marketing talk and see differentiation in action: “Can you show it? How elegant is the experience? And how much of our own time and resources are required to achieve it?” We hope Product Spotlights start to answer these questions. So take a look at a few favorites across HR and finance, and stay tuned as we’ll share more throughout the year!  Read Entire Blog >>

David Clarke

At Workday, we have always believed in the power of one. We recently made some changes to how we develop Workday that will strengthen that power of one by allowing us to deliver new innovations to our customers more continuously, while at the same time helping them to absorb significant changes to our applications more easily.   Read Entire Blog >>

Joe Korngiebel

User experience is one of the things that truly inspire us here at Workday. Our goal from the beginning has been to revolutionize enterprise software, and the human interaction experience that people have with our applications is foundational to our success.   Read Entire Blog >>

Mark Nittler

Years ago the human race made a tough trade-off to gain a wonderful thing. While we had gotten along just fine for a very long time with the ever-flexible and portable pen and paper, those tools couldn’t support the volume of data our world was generating. Then along came computers, launching the most important revolution this world has known. Yet this also meant trading our reliance on the nimble pen and paper for electronic systems that while being fantastic at collecting and storing information, were difficult to use and resistant to change.  Read Entire Blog >>