Work is more remote, decentralised, and digitised than ever before and employers are under great pressure to attract and retain top talent. Penelope Prett, CIO of Accenture, shared her insights on how technology can help create a vibrant new type of employee experience and keep workers energised.
After working to uncover the mysteries of our solar system’s planets for nearly 15 years, Jim Stratton brought his passion for problem solving to Workday. In this post, our CTO explores what he sees around the corner for Workday and our customers, the challenges we can help them solve, and how guitar playing improves his thinking process.
According to our latest global study, retail organizations are ahead of other sectors in understanding the importance of digital revenue and, more importantly, having the agility to act quickly on opportunities.
The CIO at Webber Wentzel, a prominent full-service law firm based in South Africa, talked to us about how the firm leveraged technology to navigate these unprecedented times, and its roadmap for the future.
Aneel Bhusri, co-founder, co-CEO, and chairman at Workday, shared insights on Workday product innovation, how we’re empowering customers, and how we’re helping organizations develop paths for growth at our Conversations for a Changing World digital event.
When you’re evaluating cloud vendors, it’s important to understand how their technology platforms scale and whether a service can quickly adapt to meet your business needs. At Workday, we believe true scale is achieved if a service can handle the most demanding workloads of every customer—all at once, every day.
The acceleration gap was already emerging prior to the pandemic, but the past year tested every organization’s ability to respond. Based on our work with thousands of customers worldwide, we’ve found seven imperatives businesses need to thrive in the “next normal.”
Barbara Cosgrove, vice president, chief privacy officer at Workday, discusses the European Commission's newly released, final version of new Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs), which provides clarity for companies that transfer personal data outside of Europe.
Many legacy enterprise application vendors are now asking their customers when they want to schedule their updates—as if this is a good thing. At Workday, we ask, “Why do updates have to cause disruption at all?” Hint: They don’t have to.
Workday Extend empowers our customers to confidently build, deploy, and manage new business capabilities for finance and HR. Architected on the same platform as Workday's applications, Extend delivers enterprise scale and speeds development.
While the pandemic has created many challenges, The Salvation Army Australia and City Developments Limited of Singapore have also found the disruption has led to new and better ways of working. Learn more from their talk during our digital event, Conversations for a Changing World.
COVID-19 has accelerated the pace of digital transformation for many businesses. Carolyn Horne, our president, EMEA, looks at how a disruptive 2020 has acted as a catalyst for change—and how business leaders are increasing agility and building resilience within their organisations.
The second installment of our global survey, “Organizational Agility At Scale: The Key to Driving Digital Growth,” found that the pandemic has forced business leaders the world over to take a hard look at what they’re doing right, and what needs improving inside their own organizations.
Following the Court of Justice of the European Union’s (CJEU) decision in the “Schrems II” case, some wondered what it would mean for cross-border data transfers and whether they remained valid. Upon more analysis, they remain intact—with some caveats.
Workday Extend (formerly called Workday Cloud Platform) fosters an even more connected, adaptable, and extensible Workday. Learn how our customers are already using it to adapt to rapid changes brought on by the pandemic.