It’s that time of year! Recently, we posted our 10 favorite Workday Blog articles of 2020. Now, let’s put the spotlight on the Workday Podcast. Industry experts, customers, our own executives, and other thought leaders joined us to talk about the challenges and opportunities that today’s business leaders face, and we’re grateful to them for sharing their time and insights.
Here are our top podcast picks for 2020 (in no particular order).
Workday Vice Chairman Tom Bogan, who led Adaptive Insights through to its acquisition by Workday, discusses the urgent need for agility in today’s environment and how it impacts an organization’s longevity.
Consumer packaged goods companies are under enormous pressure to innovate at a fast pace. Max Just, global director of business intelligence at Coca-Cola, discusses how the company is using machine learning to connect the future of work to new opportunities for its internal talent pool.
Sanjay Sehgal, principal, finance transformation at KPMG, shares his ideas for how finance leaders can guide their businesses forward during challenging times.
The traditional work environment may never return. In this two-part podcast, Slack’s head of people, Dawn Sharifan, joined us to discuss remote workforce management in a crisis and the new world of work.
How do you measure the quality of the employee experience within your organization? Workday’s Phil Willburn, head of people analytics and insights, discusses how deeper insights into your own data can help improve that experience.
Like other essential businesses, Schnuck Markets had to become more agile during the global pandemic. Becky Fitzpatrick, director of human capital management, explains how the supermarket chain was able to quickly ramp up hiring and use technology to increase communications with customers.
How can women grow their careers in technology, and how can companies draw more women into tech careers and, ultimately, leadership roles? Chris Byrne, senior vice president of global operations at Workday, shares her views on these topics and more.
The payroll function is becoming a more strategic partner in order to support business strategy, data compliance, employee engagement, and more. Colin Brennan from Alight Solutions discusses this shift and what it means for organizations and their employees.
Bill Gosling Outsourcing, like many businesses, had to quickly pivot from brick-and-mortar offices to a virtual workforce when the pandemic hit. Joel MacCharles, vice president of learning and innovation, shares what his organization has learned so far.
The world’s most successful companies are led by those who’ve gained the trust of their workforces. Leadership experts Frances Frei and Anne Morriss discuss how to develop trustworthiness, and the steps businesses can take to develop more diverse leadership teams.