In this episode of "In Good Company," Meredith Coughlin, assistant dean of enterprise systems at Indian River State College, and Sean Hanna, analyst of student systems at the University of Rochester, discuss the current challenges higher education institutions face as the traditional path to degree completion has evolved.
In this episode of In Good Company, Naved Qureshi, associate partner at IBM, talks about what’s top of mind for finance leaders and how they are preparing for change and disruption within their industries.
Gender inequality continues to be a problem in the tech industry. Yet change can happen, and businesses are responsible for helping drive that change. In Good Company guests share best practices for supporting women in tech, discuss how companies can address a gender inequality problem, and share their own strategies for career growth.
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.
In this episode, KPMG Principal Joe Moawad discusses how the CFO role and finance organization are evolving to support big changes on the horizon, ranging from tax reform to cloud migration and intelligent automation.
Workday's Ashley Goldsmith, chief people officer, Robynne Sisco, chief financial officer, and Diana McKenzie, chief information officer, discuss how these three executive roles need to collaborate more closely to keep up with the pace of business.
There’s a gender imbalance in technology product design, development, and management. What can companies do to recruit and retain more women? How can women grow their careers in tech products? Watch and learn from product leaders at Intuit, New Enterprise Associates, and Workday.
Three higher-education administrators discuss how their colleges are adapting to changing student and employer expectations through the use of modern technologies and student systems in this episode of In Good Company.
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.
Workday officially adopted the new revenue recognition standard earlier this year, on the first day it was permitted under the new rules. In this episode, Workday CFO Robynne Sisco and Corporate Controller Trish Coughlin discuss Workday’s adoption of ASC 606 and lessons they learned in the process.
Josh Bersin, principal and founder of Bersin by Deloitte, and Greg Pryor, vice president of leadership and organizational effectiveness at Workday, discuss the evolution of careers and learning, what the ideal career looks like, and what organizations must do to deliver more meaningful experiences for their employees.
Marianne Koch, associate dean and HR program director, Golden Gate University, and James Cross, Workday’s director of learning product strategy, describe how to implement workplace learning that will foster employee engagement and business innovation.
Are you ready for revenue recognition changes? In this episode of In Good Company, PwC's Arnold Nel joins Workday’s Ashley Brown and Betsy Bland to discuss the complexity of these regulatory changes and what they mean for businesses.
Welcome to the In Good Company video series! Our first episode features Workday's Ashley Goldsmith and Leighanne Levensaler discussing the importance of strong employee engagement, any why it's critical for today's businesses.
As a CFO, what happens to your role as the world around you continues to change? In this episode of In Good Company, filmed in London, we sat down with finance experts from Longitude and Workday to discuss finance leaders' priorities that emerged from a global research study.