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.
Dealing with rapid growth is the kind of problem most organizations want to have, but it also requires more resources to meet demand, including talent. Learn how Inalfa Roof Systems has changed its approach to supporting and growing its workforce.
Business leaders are most concerned about talent. How important are culture and workforce diversity to helping organizations meet their talent goals? Cardinal Health CHRO Carole Watkins shares her thoughts in Workday Community Voices.
The University of Pennsylvania is moving ahead with an HR transformation plan that it will accomplish with the help of Workday Human Capital Management. Jack Heuer, vice president of human resources at Penn, reveals the progress they’ve made toward becoming an even more connected campus.
Customers and partners use the Workday Community portal to ask questions and suggest features and functionality for upcoming Workday releases. Read on as Floyd Walterhouse, IT group manager at McKee Foods Corp., shares his experiences as a Workday Community member for more than eight years.
Attracting and retaining the best talent can be particularly challenging in the professional services industry, where firms are looking for people with unique skills and even security clearances. In this interview, Sarah St. Clair, vice president of people services at Booz Allen Hamilton, discusses the firm’s people-focused culture and how Workday helps support it.
Focus, precision, and perseverance are essential in golf, and those who create golf equipment must apply the same principles to their innovations. Laura Garrett, SVP of global HR at TaylorMade, shares how the company takes an innovative approach to everything it creates—from great products to employee experiences.
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.
Roche Group is a pharmaceuticals and diagnostics company that operates in over 100 countries and employs more than 94,000 people worldwide. With a rapidly changing business environment demanding more flexibility across systems and processes, the company’s leaders decided to launch a strategically important transformation in HR. Read our interview with Margaret Greenleaf, head of group HR strategic initiatives at Roche.
Centrica, an international energy and services company based in the UK, has more than 40,000 employees and over 23,000 contingent workers. Rob Cook, vice president of HR Tech, shares the company’s need for HR transformation and the journey to get there with Workday.
Succeeding as a medium enterprise business is no easy feat. They need to embody the nimbleness of a smaller organization, but contend with the same challenges around growth, productivity, and risk as larger organizations. At Workday, many of our mid-sized customers are tackling these challenges head on—and making amazing strides. Read on to learn about their stories.
Workday Rising is coming up Oct. 1-4, followed by Workday Rising Europe, Nov. 13-15. Our customer Soo Heanue, an HR leader at GlaxoSmithKline, is a five-time attendee of Workday Rising Europe. Read on as she shares some tips for getting the most from both events.
CustomInk has 1,600 employees worldwide and offers its products both online and through newly emerging U.S. store locations. Kaylan McDuff, assistant controller of subsidiaries at CustomInk, discusses how Workday has helped streamline business processes and create greater efficiencies for finance, while also supporting their growth.
CityMD is disrupting the urgent care business. CFO Louis Salamone discusses the company's rapid growth and the role of Workday Financial Management. He also talks about the need for speed—both in the business world and on the race track, where you might find him honing his precision skills in a Porsche.