It’s a challenging time to be a leader, but there are also opportunities to make a difference. Here are three takeaways from a conversation between David Cameron, former prime minister of the United Kingdom, and Alan Murray, CEO of Fortune.
If we’ve learned anything from 2020, it’s that agility must be at the center of business planning. Leaders from Microsoft and G6 Hospitality talk about how they’re embracing continuous planning in times of disruption.
Grocery stores couldn’t close their doors to change to the new way of operating in a pandemic. But they’ve adapted quickly and tapped into the positive force of innovation to keep feeding households everywhere.
Due to the massive amount of disruption in the retail industry this year it’s somewhat futile to try and predict how the holiday season will turn out, so let’s talk about how it’s unfolding so far and how retailers are preparing for the busiest weeks.
As the global pandemic unfolded, tech companies made quick changes to business models, and invested time and resources in the fight against COVID-19. We talk to a tech and media expert from Accenture about how the industry is playing a key role in this critical time.
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.
Mike Chapman, managing director of media and entertainment at Accenture, joins us to talk about the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on media and entertainment companies and how the industry is looking to the future.
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.
The platform effect, when enterprises create innovative ways for buyers and sellers to match supply to demand, is rewriting the rules of how companies operate and how business gets done. At the heart of the platform effect are technology and media companies.
The holidays can make or break annual profits for retailers. As this important season draws closer, the three things on the collective mind of retail leaders are speed, convenience, and personalization.
Every company wants to be a tech company to a certain degree. More than most industries, tech and media's goals are often next-door neighbors, and these two powerful industries are embracing opportunities to learn from each other.
What should retailers be doing to make sure they’re meeting shoppers’ increasingly high expectations? See five questions they should be asking themselves to get ahead of the competition and to build a loyal customer base.
This year, we’ve significantly expanded the number of industry-specific sessions we’ll have at Workday Rising. Here’s a sample of some of the stories our customers will share about successes in their industries.