Workday leaders Pete Schlampp, 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.
As the world recovers from a pandemic, executives we surveyed are already reflecting on how to protect their companies from future crises. For many, accelerating digital growth is the number one change that will improve their organization’s resilience.
During times of disruption, it’s critical for businesses to have the right skill sets to be able to quickly respond and adapt. Trenton Cycholl, vice president of business technology at Citrix, shares how machine learning can help companies close the skills gap.
The second installment of our global survey, “Organizational Agility: The Roadmap to Digital Acceleration,” 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.
Ravi Ravishanker, CIO at Wellesley College, and Derek Wolf, vice president of customer success at Alchemy, a Workday services partner, tell us how three colleges worked together to better adopt a new technology platform.
On today’s Workday Podcast, we examine the role AI and ML play in economics and the intricate relationship between human, machine, and society at large. Ajay Agrawal, co-author of “Prediction Machines: The Simple Economics of Artificial Intelligence,” joins Workday Executive Vice President of Technology Sayan Chakraborty to discuss the AI landscape and how it has changed since the book’s publication.
Higher education has a lot to teach other industries when it comes to organizational agility. Although our study was conducted prior to the global pandemic, many of the pain points and opportunities identified by higher education respondents look prophetic in hindsight.
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.
Jules Polonetsky, CEO of the Future of Privacy Forum, and Barbara Cosgrove, Workday’s chief privacy officer, talk about why it’s important to take a global view of privacy, what a chief privacy officer does, and how privacy leaders create value by working together.
How will a wounded economy change expectations around upskilling or new skills development? And how will those changing expectations affect higher education? Our two guests on the Workday Podcast share their insights into the impact of COVID-19 on colleges and universities.
Opinder Bawa, CIO and vice president at the University of San Francisco, discusses digital transformation in higher ed and the bold steps CIOs can take to ensure their students experience college in a way that’s meaningful in person, online, and offline.
Sayan Chakraborty says machine learning’s impact will be much like electricity—world-changing—and ultimately taken for granted. Learn how he and his team are weaving ML into the fabric of Workday to deliver compelling experiences and outcomes.
Workday's Jason Albert and James Cross discuss why enterprise artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning will be used much differently than in the consumer space, how we can shape the future we want to see, and how companies can quickly ramp up their own AI efforts.
Walter Porter, a principal with Deloitte Consulting LLP specializing in healthcare, shares what drives healthcare providers to innovate, why culture and back-office systems matter when attracting talent, and how some providers are investing in the future.