For the third year running, Workday has been positioned as a leader in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Cloud Human Capital Management Suites for Midmarket and Large Enterprises. We've achieved the highest overall position for our ability to execute, which we believe reflects our ongoing commitment to customer success, meaningful innovation, and quality experiences.
The professional services industry is experiencing strong growth, yet new opportunities bring new challenges. Jeanne Urich, managing director at Service Performance Insight (SPI), discusses trends impacting the industry, the role of professional services automation (PSA), and what firms should expect from their PSA providers and solutions.
It’s not just the cloud model that brings like-minded companies together, but the fact that companies who want to stay innovative keenly understand the main business drivers of their peers. Innovation continues to move at an unparalleled pace for companies of all sizes, and keeping up means having a technology partner that is built to support change and an inspiring culture.
Workday was recently ranked number one on the 2018 Great Place to Work “Best Workplaces for Women UK” list, medium-sized business category. We spoke to Carolyn Horne, regional vice president of UK, Ireland, and South Africa at Workday, on how the company supports women in the workplace, Workday’s culture, and her advice for other organisations.
Technology is radically transforming supply chain management in healthcare, increasing opportunities to improve optimization and the flow of goods among manufacturers, purchasers, and providers. To prepare, healthcare supply chain leaders will need to advance their skills and knowledge and drive technology decisions that support an integrated, streamlined supply chain.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have a crystal ball that allows you to gaze into your firm’s future? With the proper business processes, measures, and systems in place, you can more easily forecast which clients and services lines are expected to deliver the most revenue and allocate budget and resources to support them.
As a company that places great value on transparency, we believe it’s important to share insights on our compensation philosophy. Workday Chief People Officer Ashley Goldsmith reveals the results of our analysis of how we’re doing with pay parity across Workday globally, and the steps we’re taking to maintain those positive results in the future.
In chapter two of “The Workday Tech Strategy,” we delve into our development approach and processes, the Workday architecture, and our single security model. Check out this interactive eBook to learn more about the vision, philosophy, and fundamental principles for Workday technology.
Workday is putting our most valuable resource, our employees, at the center of their own career journeys and shifting from managing performance to enabling employee success. As part of this initiative, we're encouraging employees to chart their own courses for growth through self-guided career sprints to acquire the mindsets, skill sets, and toolsets needed to achieve their career and development goals.
Business and education leaders came together at the Bloomberg Next Tomorrow's Talent Forum to discuss a number of timely challenges, ranging from how we can better prepare graduates for the workplace to how artificial intelligence impacts existing job roles. Workday's Leighanne Levensaler shares some ideas for next steps, including working more closely with local educational institutions, seeking diverse sources of talent, better sourcing from within the organization, and reskilling the workforce to adapt to innovation.
Organizations are moving from top-down hierarchies to networks, where employees tap their social ties to form project teams that deliver innovation and results. Watch this episode to learn more about this shift from Michael Arena, chief talent officer at General Motors; Chris Ernst, global head, people and organization potential at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation; and Greg Pryor, senior vice president, people and performance evangelist at Workday.
Organizations face many risks, and finance leaders play a critical role in putting in place the capabilities, processes, and tools to manage risk. Yet our recent research report, “Finance Redefined,” found that only 39 percent of finance leaders are highly confident in their ability to manage their top risks. Learn about the key barriers that enterprise organizations face when it comes to risk management.
Ryan, LLC helps its global clientele of Fortune 500 companies alleviate the challenges of complex tax codes. Their workforce must be able to keep up with changing regulations and requirements, which requires the right talent and systems. Justin Bitner, director of financial management systems at Ryan, discusses the benefits of Workday's unified system and the approach they take to change management.
As they look to expand, midsize companies often realize that their current systems and processes across finance and HR aren’t going to support their ability to scale and grow. But with all the noise in the technology market, the process for finding the right system can be daunting. Download this guide to learn how to scope your business requirements, evaluate vendors, get the most out of a demo, and choose a deployment approach.
CFOs operate in an increasingly volatile business environment, exacerbated by the rapid rate of change in the world today. Learn about the top seven risks that weigh most heavily on the minds of finance leaders, based on findings from our global “Finance Redefined” study.
Workday’s founders crafted a design philosophy that, like most things in life worth doing, is simple to explain but takes patience, care, and ongoing effort to do right. Read the first installment of “Workday’s Technical Foundations,” an interactive eBook that delves into the vision, philosophy, and fundamental principles for Workday technology.
Workday has released its global “Finance Redefined” study, which surveyed more than 670 finance leaders on the future of the finance function and finance leadership. Based on the findings, four priorities will continue to have a significant impact on finance and its ability to support business needs: resilience, intelligence, leadership, and talent.
Business and higher education leaders met in New York to discuss workforce development challenges and the findings of a Workday and Bloomberg Next survey on the emerging skills gap and more. What are organizations doing wrong, and where can they make improvements? Read these three takeaways.
Workday has awarded four academic research grants to Cornell University faculty members in fields related to natural language processing, artificial intelligence, and machine learning. Jon Ruggiero, a Cornell graduate, explains how this collaboration will help further the university's vision of discovery and Workday's core value of fostering innovation.