Artificial intelligence, machine learning, and big data analytics have increased the discussion around privacy. From our very beginning, privacy protections have been a fundamental component of Workday’s services. Today we are announcing that in addition to our ongoing compliance with privacy laws and regulations, Workday will follow three Privacy Principles that reflect our core values: put privacy first, innovate responsibly, and safeguard fairness and trust. Read on to learn more.
For finance leaders, the road ahead is paved with great possibility and remarkable change. Use our interactive infographic to gain insights into the changing CFO role, the future finance team, and automation in the finance space.
Finance leaders who can effectively take on an advisory role, while leveraging technologies that help them quickly deliver meaningful data, will be best suited for a successful 2018. Workday customers, executives, and partners share their take on the biggest issues and trends impacting finance leaders this year.
What does 2018 hold for HR executives? Ashley Goldsmith, chief people officer at Workday, shares her thoughts on automation, reskilling, and why learning environments need to evolve with a changing workplace.
Artificial intelligence (AI), especially machine learning, promises to transform the enterprise as we know it. But just how close is AI to widespread adoption? Read this discussion about AI and machine learning with Workday's Joe Korngiebel and tech leaders from two U.K.-based companies, AstraZeneca and Global Radio.
Almost all companies produce far more data than they can analyze, and for quite a while, Workday’s goal has been to help companies extract valuable insights. Today, we’re pleased to announce Workday People Analytics, a new application that will give executives, organization leaders, and HR business partners a view into the most critical trends in their workforce, and an understanding of the most likely drivers of those trends.
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.
Workday is on a mission to help mitigate the effects of the skills gap by connecting job seekers and organizations seeking talent. While we’ve made great strides, we also realize that we need to do more. Learn how we're applying artificial intelligence to foster a true talent marketplace.
Workday's public policy agenda is determined by how well a particular policy empowers our customers and our employees. Jim Shaughnessy shares six policy areas Workday will focus on this year: intelligent technologies/AI, blockchain, free flow of data, privacy, cybersecurity, and inclusion.
We asked customers, partners, and Workday executives about the biggest issues and trends impacting CIOs and IT leaders this year. They share their insights on security and privacy, AI and automation, and analytics.
AI and algorithms powered by big data analytics influence different aspects of our personal and professional lives, but these technologies are not an autonomous force beyond our control. Download our new white paper to learn how we can determine how these technologies evolve, how they are applied, and ultimately how they impact people and societies.
Ray Wang, principal analyst and founder of Constellation Research, talks with Workday's Joe Korngiebel about how the open source/platform dichotomy leads to more innovation, how organizations need to think about their data to drive business outcomes, and where the industry is at in terms of AI maturity.