Workday staff writers deliver stories about people, products, and events at Workday, and the technologies and industry trends that matter to the Workday Community of customers, employees, and partners.
The increasing use of AI and ML is raising new questions around privacy, ethics, and regulation. Workday’s Jim Shaughnessy talked with Amie Stepanovich from the University of Colorado, Boulder to learn more.
Sarah Richardson, vice president of IT change leadership at Optum, and Joe Wilson, chief technology officer for North America at Workday, discuss how healthcare IT is evolving, the importance of alignment across business functions, and how communication is key for effective digital transformation.
Oh, 2020. It’s been a tough year—yet also a year that’s taught us we have more capacity for resilience than we may have realized. Read 10 stories we captured and shared in 2020 that highlight our inspirational community of Workday customers, employees, and partners.
We’re thinking of common business challenges in fresh ways to help make our customers more productive, collaborative, and informed. Learn more about our built-in Workday Productivity Suite, consisting of Workday Drive, Worksheets, and Slides for early adopters.
What does the future workplace look like at VMware? Amy Gannaway, vice president of global compensation, benefits, and HRIS, discusses how the company is supporting its employees’ productivity while prioritizing their overall well-being.
Starting this month, our customers will be able to access our training content using the Workday Learning Center, powered by Extended Enterprise. Jeff McClure, vice president of education at Workday, explains how this new solution benefits customers and partners.
In this blog, we give an overview of what is talent management, why it’s a key aspect of human resources, and how talent management systems help companies develop an engaged, skilled, and productive workforce.
This blog looks at how a modern higher education software enables educational leaders to foster student success, develop more effective business processes, gain deeper insights across the organization, and navigate a disruptive landscape.
According to Greg Pryor, executive director at Workday, we are experiencing a once-in-a-generation, if not a once-in-a-lifetime, shift in the way HR leaders think about human capital management. In this Q&A, Pryor explains why the focus is now on people and performance enablement.
Mastercard started the Center for Inclusive Growth to create equitable and sustainable economic growth and financial inclusion. Its president, Shamina Singh, talks about the center’s commitment to making this vision a reality for all.
CEOs from Cisco, Microsoft, and Nasdaq talk about a year of both tragedy and resilience, why digital technologies are critical to the health of our economy, and why companies must accelerate efforts around social justice and opportunity for all.
Workday’s President and CFO Robynne Sisco and CIO Sheri Rhodes share insights on why the finance and IT partnership is more crucial than ever, including how they collaborated in the early days of COVID-19.
We’re excited to be a Diamond Sponsor at HR Tech 2020, which is shaping up to be an incredible interactive experience. Learn how we’re participating, and about a special award we’re honored to receive.
People around the world recently celebrated International Coming Out Day on Oct. 11. Workday employees and customers discuss the significance of this annual event, and what companies can do to be better allies for the LGBTQ+ community.
Human resources departments must take these two actions to thrive in a world where disruption is the norm, not just for their own teams but across their companies, according to Deloitte’s “2020 Global Human Capital Trends” report.
South Korea is one of few countries that’s been able to flatten the curve of COVID-19 infections. Mira Lee, chief human resources officer at GE Korea, shares how the organization navigated uncertainty and safely returned their employees to the office.
As a mother and military spouse, Jessica Mercado left the corporate world for seven years to take care of her family. Now a senior associate graphic designer at Workday, Mercado shares how she started a new life as a single mom and discovered a new career opportunity.