Last October, Workday announced the availability of Workday Prism Analytics, providing self-service tools across the entire analytics process. Today, Workday Prism Analytics has moved into primetime with the introduction of data discovery, a new way to build reports and explore your data visually in Workday. Learn more in this interview with Pete Schlampp, vice president of Workday Analytics.
As the oldest media business in the world—founded by King Henry VIII in 1534—you might not associate Cambridge University Press with the idea of HR transformation. But with 2,723 colleagues across 50 offices in 40 countries, the organisation knew it was time to make a change. Cathy Armor, director for people at Cambridge University Press, shares how they moved from dated HR systems to a single, unified system with Workday.
Is your organization considering a workforce development program for nontraditional job candidates, yet unsure where to start? Or maybe you lead diversity and inclusion efforts, and want to help other managers understand the problem of pedigree hiring. Leaders from four companies share advice and tips on gaining support for nontraditional hires.
Workday Chief People Officer Ashley Goldsmith reflects on her experience as a working mom. As both a parent and the leader of Workday’s People & Purpose organization, she shares how she's been able to embrace her experiences and help ensure that Workday is a great place to work for parents.
With GDPR fast approaching, data protection is top of mind for Workday’s customers. Today we're sharing that we’ve obtained approval for global Binding Corporate Rules for Processors (BCRs) that focus on safeguarding customer data. Read more from Workday Chief Privacy Officer Barbara Cosgrove.
Today we introduced the Workday Canvas Design System for customers, partners, and developers worldwide. It offers all the resources necessary to design and create beautiful experiences that continually look and feel like Workday. Read more from Workday CTO Joe Korngiebel.
Remember when "bring your own device” (BYOD) to work created challenges for CIOs? Now they face a new challenge: BYOC—"bring your own collaboration." While it's important to support better and more creative ways to engage our workforces, CIOs need a good strategy for taming this phenomenon to avoid problems down the road. Workday CIO Diana McKenzie shares five ideas for managing BYOC.
Many companies introduce new technologies without a view of the overall enterprise technology strategy. Gonzalo Benedit, president, EMEA and APJ at Workday, discusses how business and technology leaders should think of themselves as the conductors of their enterprise orchestras—owning the strategic purpose and the task of ensuring all technology initiatives meet the broader business goal.
Millions of active job seekers in the U.S. struggle to find positions that offer thriving wages and meaningful work. At Workday Opportunity Onramps yesterday, participants gathered to share ideas and solutions to this serious problems. In addition, companies including Google, LinkedIn, Okta, PwC, Salesforce.org, Symantec, Walmart, and Workday announced new initiatives.
We’ve all heard about the problem of the “skills gap.” Yet Byron Auguste, CEO and co-founder of Opportunity@Work, is convinced there are plenty of unemployed and underemployed people with great skills. In this interview, Auguste discusses what's wrong with today's hiring processes and what employers can do differently.
All of us have purpose and passion for something. At Workday, some of us have channeled our purpose and passion into improving the environment. In this Q&A, Erik Hansen, senior sustainability manager at Workday, shares what participants love about the Workday Green Team program, why it’s important to appoint local leaders, and what team members around the world are doing in celebration of Earth Day.
Given the critical nature of the work in healthcare, employee engagement should be a business imperative for healthcare leaders. Organizations must foster a culture that encourages meaningful work and increases the discretionary effort of its workforce. Read more from guest blogger Craig Deao.
Attracting, developing, and retaining the right talent can be a real struggle for midsize companies. This three-part blog series concludes by examining how organizations can improve their talent management strategy and how technology can help support it.
Midsize organizations have a unique advantage over large companies—agility. Yet capitalizing on new opportunities requires effective business planning, and this is not typically an area where the mid-market excels. Learn how to quickly adapt to change in part two of a three-part blog series.
When it comes to job creation, innovation, and economic growth, middle-market companies are the true workhorses. Yet many have greater aspirations—what does it take to reach the next level of success? In part one of a three-part blog series, we examine how midsize companies can improve operational efficiency to support scale and growth.
There are many aspects to the Power of One, but we believe Workday's single architecture truly sets us apart. Watch as Workday Chief Technology Officer Joe Korngiebel explains what makes our technology so different.
Having the right skill sets and backgrounds is important, but even more fundamental to success is having a finance team culture that embraces change and is focused on innovation. Robynne Sisco explains how she's worked to develop this mindset with her team.
In this episode, Steve Bandrowczak, chief operating officer and chief information officer at Alight Solutions, explains how new technologies and changing consumer expectations are disrupting the professional services industry, and how CIOs and IT leaders can position their firms to succeed.
Workday recently celebrated workplace diversity and culture at Great Place to Work’s summit, where participants shared stories about problems they faced, how they discovered them, and what changes they decided to make for the better.
The responsibility to comply with data privacy obligations is not one that our customers, and those considering Workday, bear alone. Barbara Cosgrove, vice president, chief privacy officer at Workday, highlights three features of Workday that directly address GDPR requirements.