Last week we shared our 10 favorite Workday Blog articles of 2021, and now it’s the Workday Podcast’s turn. We’re so thankful for the great lineup of guests who joined us, from our customers’ finance, human resources, and technology leaders to industry experts and other thought leaders who took the time to share their knowledge with our listeners.
In no particular order, here are our top podcast episodes of 2021.
Two Workday leaders—Carin Taylor, chief diversity officer, and Ben Carter, vice president of total rewards—discuss the importance of destigmatizing conversations about mental health, what organizations can do to support their employees’ wellbeing, and the theme of this year’s World Mental Health Day, Mental Health in an Unequal World.
Workday leaders Pete Schlampp, chief strategy officer (and formerly executive vice president of product development), and Jeff Gelfuso, chief design officer, talk about why a consumer-like user experience in the enterprise is more important than ever.
The disruption of the pandemic affects tech, media, and entertainment companies in many different ways, and the office of the CFO is adapting through it all. On this episode, our guest is Liz Brittain, CFO of cybersecurity company HackerOne.
Companies are increasingly being asked—and expected—to report on progress against environmental, social, and governance (ESG) considerations. Giulia Siccardo, associate partner at McKinsey & Company, discusses trends in ESG, the evolving need to report on it, and what it means for C-suite leaders.
Elena Valentine, CEO and co-founder of Skill Scout, shares an astounding story about vulnerability, reality, and how we can grow stronger by retaining and attracting talent.
The retail industry has gone through decades’ worth of changes since the start of the global pandemic, and retail CFOs are moving fast to ensure their companies are adapting and thriving. Experts from KPMG and Workday talk about this and more.
For U.S. federal agencies looking to attract and retain talent and modernize human resources operations, moving to the cloud is the logical choice. Learn more about how to empower employees, make HR a more strategic partner, and bring predictability to budget cycles.
A Workday expert discusses current research about the state of equity, diversity, and inclusion (ED&I) in Europe. The conversation explores regional and cultural differences around ED&I and helps us understand how some of the most progressive organizations in the world are embracing it.
Digital transformation is more than just deploying new technology—it’s rethinking how you operate your entire organization. Florida Gulf Coast University CIO Mary Banks discusses how the school’s own transformation enables the leadership team to make better decisions that impact costs, productivity, and success.
CSA Group set out to digitize its financials and reporting processes and unlock new levels of productivity. Hitesh Laxman of CSA Group and Lynn Hurley of Collaborative Solutions share learnings from the professional services company’s digital transformation journey.