Digital transformation isn’t doing business as usual in a more efficient way, but reimagining your business in a way that allows you to stay competitive in a disrupt-or-be-disrupted world. Workday CIO Diana McKenzie shares four lessons she's learned about how to successfully advance a digital transformation strategy.
By interacting directly with customers, CIOs can gain a greater appreciation for how they use your company's products or services, how your company supports their business goals, and how easy it is or isn’t to do business with your company. Read more from Workday's CIO Diana McKenzie.
Remember when "bring your own device” (BYOD) to work created challenges for CIOs? Now they face a new challenge: BYOC—"bring your own collaboration." While it's important to support better and more creative ways to engage our workforces, CIOs need a good strategy for taming this phenomenon to avoid problems down the road. Workday CIO Diana McKenzie shares five ideas for managing BYOC.
What do a CIO’s New Year’s resolutions look like for 2018? Diana McKenzie, chief information officer at Workday, discusses three main focus areas for IT leaders: security, a changing workplace, and the shift from legacy technologies to a more digital future state.
Success comes from building a star team, not a team of individual star players, writes Workday CIO Diana McKenzie. This begins with understanding the strengths of each individual on your team and making sure there's a good mix of attributes each player brings to the table.
While many CIOs can have all of the passion, eloquence, and skills to be a transformational CIO, the first and most important step is to show how well they're delivering on the core elements of the job. Workday CIO Diana McKenzie explains what it means to be brilliant at the basics.
Among the guest speakers who shared their wisdom at Workday Rising, we heard from an expert in neuroscience, a leading innovator in the fields of genomics and commercial space, and a basketball coach who has led his team to win five NCAA championships.
Workday CIO Diana McKenzie, along with 70 Workday colleagues, recently attended the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing Conference. McKenzie shares takeaways from the event on how women can build fulfilling careers in technology.
The CIO has an incredible opportunity to take the lead on developing a data strategy that results in the best decisions for customers and the business. Workday CIO Diana McKenzie shares lessons learned about guiding a successful data strategy.