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. The conversation covered a lot of ground, but one of the highlights was when Chinwe Onyeagoro, president of Great Place to Work, asked how each executive instills purpose at their companies, and how they continue to scale that purpose as their companies grow.
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.
A firm’s biggest asset is its legal talent. Chief talent officers from Dechert LLP and Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP discuss how law firms can improve their approach to talent management, and why technology plays an important role.
During the Closing Keynote at Workday Rising Europe, performance coach and psychologist Jamil Qureshi discussed his mantra of “act differently, think differently" to maximize the potential of leaders and teams. This can be accomplished by making incremental improvements rather than taking a start-stop approach to change.
Sanford Health is the largest rural, not-for-profit healthcare system in the nation. Josh Robinson, VP and CIO at Sanford Health, shares how the organization plans to enhance the patient experience by improving the employee experience with Workday.
At Workday Rising Europe in Barcelona, David Coulthard, MBE—one of the most successful British drivers in the history of Formula 1 motor racing—shares lessons learned in racing that business leaders can use to create cultures that encourage mentorship, teamwork, and the pursuit of perfection.
As consumer technologies keep marching forward in a new world of personalized experiences, expectations continue to increase for enterprise systems to offer personalized experiences in the workplace. That’s why at Workday, we’ve been working closely with our customer design partners to deliver a new people experience. Cristina Goldt shares how Workday plans to bring greater personalization to Workday Human Capital Management.
Many businesses are looking to the intelligent future with equal measures of excitement and trepidation. To help our customers navigate the evolving technology landscape, and gain a framework for their own intelligence strategies, we have developed a four-stage maturity model that outlines how Workday believes intelligence will impact the enterprise.
Research shows the professional services industry faces growing attrition and decreasing growth, yet one important solution that's often overlooked is an effective learning program. Here's how various learning approaches can keep employees engaged throughout their careers.
In today's rapidly changing world, individuals and organizations alike must increase their focus on values, character, and trust, says Dov Seidman, CEO of LRN. He adds that a company's culture is defined not by what it does, but how it does it. Read about these ideas and more from our interview with Dov Seidman.
Workday has been recognized as a Leader in four recent IDC MarketScape reports assessing SaaS, finance and accounting, and cloud-enabled ERP vendors. Being recognized as a Leader in these reports validates our commitment to providing a differentiated cloud system for financial management and human capital management.
Our Workday Rising Europe customer conference is just around the corner. Sussie Hrouda-Rasmussen, global HR & recruitment operations manager at Ramboll and a returning attendee, shares advice for getting the most out of this year’s conference in Barcelona, 14-16 November.
Did you know Workday's mobile apps are free to customers? Emily McEvilly, senior vice president of services at Workday, shares customers’ stories about why they love Workday for Mobile—and why you will, too.
Throughout the year, Workday has participated in different events that support women in technology. Lynn Christensen, Workday's SVP of product development, shares insights from these events that can help position not just women, but businesses for greater success.
If you want to be happier, what's the first thing you should do? Shawn Achor, bestselling author, speaker, and our closing keynote at Workday Rising, shares what his research has found about achieving long-term happiness.