Company culture is critical to an organization’s financial success—and Great Place to Work CEO Michael C. Bush has the numbers to prove it. At Workday Rising earlier this month, Bush told the audience that a great company culture is “better for business, better for people, and better for the world.”
According to panelist Robynne Sisco, co-president and CFO of Workday, corporate culture must be a top priority because a poor culture will ultimately lead to poor performance. Every company has a culture, she said, but sometimes the right people aren’t shaping it.
Check out this 16-minute highlights video of the event, where leaders from CarMax, Quicken Loans, and Workday share their definition of company culture, why it’s important to their businesses, and how their companies continue to earn a spot on the annual Fortune 100 “Best Companies to Work For” list. And to wrap things up, Greg Pryor, senior vice president, people and performance evangelist, Workday, shows how Workday customers can use technology to improve their companies’ culture.
In This Video
Culture Is Better for Business
CarMax, Quicken Loans, and Workday on Culture
Demonstrating the ROI of Culture
How to Sustain a Good Culture
Advice on Improving Culture
Using Technology to Create Remarkable Employee Experiences