The financial services industry is undergoing enormous change. Business leaders should be asking, “How have our business technologies evolved to keep up with increasing expectations from our internal customers—our employees?”
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 do you put culture first at a fast growing company? Workday was thrilled to rise to #7 on the “FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work for in 2018.” Yet we've also hit some bumps along the way. Workday Chief People Officer Ashley Goldsmith shares three things we've learned and some new things we're doing—which may be useful for other companies navigating culture ups and downs.
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.
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.
When it comes to innovation, many financial organizations focus solely on optimizing the customer experience. Yet firms must evaluate their internal systems with just as much scrutiny. Learn how the right technology can enable your employees, improve business performance, and help keep data secure.
Today’s pay-for-performance model is based on the belief that people who perform should get paid more, but research shows that the relationship between pay and performance isn't so simple. Learn why it's important to consider both extrinsic and intrinsic motivation when setting employee compensation to ensure an engaged and productive workforce.
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.
Every minute matters when it comes to the employee experience, and successful organizations must be acutely in tune with those experiences if they want to attract and retain the best people. Workday Chief People Officer Ashley Goldsmith shares some things we’re doing to help employees connect, grow, and feel supported in both their careers and personal lives.
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.
Workday executives and partners share their insights on the year ahead. They discuss how people leaders are renewing their focus on talent management and recruiting, the employee experience, and the important role technology and data will play in driving initiatives like workplace diversity.
A modern learning system is what separates companies that are engineering success into their corporate DNA from organizations that are falling behind. Whether you’re just starting to understand the importance of workplace learning or want to get more value from the system you already have, our just-published eBook provides a roadmap for the next stage of your journey.