At our digital event September 28-29, we’ll connect you with global leaders and changemakers to discuss leading through uncertainty and how we can work together to create a brighter future for all. We’ll also provide an in-depth look at new Workday product features and innovations that will help you thrive in a continuously changing world.
Clark Construction strives to hire and retain the best people available—locally when possible—while giving them the tools and flexibility to perform their best every day. Two of the company’s IT and HR leaders talk about the importance of mobility to company performance, as well as to staffing and retention, during these challenging times for the industry.
CSA Group set out to digitize its financials and reporting processes and unlock new levels of productivity. Hitesh Laxman, director, financial process improvement at CSA Group, and Lynn Hurley, senior vice president, finance consulting, Collaborative Solutions, share learnings from the professional services company’s digital transformation journey.
While Doug Robinson didn’t reach his childhood dream of playing in the NFL, he brings his strong teamwork ethic to leading our global sales team here at Workday. Read how Robinson got his start in the business, what makes him excited about Workday’s future, and what he thinks makes our people so special.
The results from Workday’s 2021 Customer Satisfaction Survey are in. While we’re proud to have consistently earned high marks on our surveys, learn what we’ll do differently going forward to gain even more insight into customer satisfaction.
Barbara Cosgrove, vice president, chief privacy officer at Workday, discusses the European Commission's newly released, final version of new Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs), which provides clarity for companies that transfer personal data outside of Europe.
Disruption isn’t isolated to unprecedented times. Workforce optimization—a strategy that combines the efficiency of automated workforce management with the flexibility of an agile, skills-based talent approach—is critical in driving business continuity and profitability.
We’re excited to announce an even more immersive and productive experience for users of our Workday for Microsoft Teams app. This should translate into greater worker productivity and engagement, and most importantly, organizational success.
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.
At our Workday Elevate Digital Experience 2021 in the UK, leaders in finance, HR, and technology discussed how they’re reducing complexity, engaging employees, and driving innovation through digital transformation efforts.
At our Workday Elevate Digital Experience 2021 in the UK, fashion retailer Primark shared how it brought together effective HR approaches and technology to move with agility, engage with employees, and prepare for the future.
Paul Wright, CIO of vehicle components-maker Accuride, talks about how he helped the company detangle its technology footprint while gaining functionality, how the company saves time and money with Workday Extend, and how strong business partnerships lead to successful digital transformation projects.
At our recent digital event, an IT leader at Netherlands-headquartered trading firm IMC spoke about how the ability to unlock data has served their customers, even while facing unprecedented business disruption.
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.
Learn how the financial services company extended the power of Workday to make the employee experience smoother and more productive—especially as it looks ahead to bringing employees back to the office.
Finance leaders from Equiniti and Netflix share how they pivoted to virtually operating their company’s financials when the COVID-19 pandemic hit, and how they’re better preparing for future disruption.
With a greater spotlight on social injustice over the last year, organizations are re-examining how they can build greater diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Michael Pilnick, executive vice president of global human resources at First Advantage, discusses how the company is evolving its culture to create inclusivity for all.
Based in Germany with more than 670 subsidiaries globally, ThyssenKrupp is one of the world's largest steel producers. During our digital event, Conversations for a Changing World, ThyssenKrupp’s CIO shared how the company embarked on a transformation programme to accelerate its shift to digital in 2020.
At our recent digital event, Harrods and Fielmann AG talked about how having a single system with Workday helps them achieve greater business insights, stay connected with their employees, and streamline business processes.
The global senior director of people systems and operations at Delivery Hero discusses how the company has been able to improve its employee experience—even as the organization undergoes massive growth.
Trust in the workplace is built through actions, not words. Bob Saccullo, director of people operations at Blackbaud, shares how the company has been able to maintain two-way trust between leadership and employees during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We’re delighted to announce that for the fourth year in a row, customer input shared with KLAS Research has earned us the recognition of Best in KLAS in ERP for Workday Financial Management, Workday Human Capital Management, and Workday Supply Chain Management solutions for healthcare, and Best in KLAS for Talent Management.
Employee engagement remains a top priority for HR leaders throughout the pandemic, but managing that with a distributed workforce can be challenging. On this Workday Podcast episode, Deep Mahajan, senior director of people development and culture at technology company Nutanix, shares insight into how her organization is keeping up with employee engagement regardless of where they are.
While the pandemic has created many challenges, The Salvation Army Australia and City Developments Limited of Singapore have also found the disruption has led to new and better ways of working. Learn more from their talk during our digital event, Conversations for a Changing World.
It was a unique year for Workday and our customers, and a period of time when they needed us most. Our Chief Customer Officer Emily McEvilly shares how our community grew and learned together in 2020, and how we’ll take those lessons forward.
Global events in 2020 have accelerated the need for new workforce skills. Leaders from Telstra and Mastercard share six strategies to maximize opportunities in a skills-based economy fueled by automation and AI.
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.
The CFO, CHRO, and COO at CrossCountry Consulting discuss some of the challenges their organization faced and how Workday helped address them with our suite of human capital management and financial management solutions.
When Germany-based HelloFresh needed to ensure it could remain nimble and make informed decisions quickly, it turned to Workday Adaptive Planning. This agility has become especially important during a time when meal kits have emerged as a popular alternative to restaurant dining and grocery shopping.
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.
During our global digital event, Conversations for a Changing World, finance and technology leaders from Deloitte, John Muir Health, and Cushman & Wakefield discussed digital acceleration, adapting to change brought on by COVID-19, and how partnership between the CFO and CIO is essential for success.
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.
At this week’s All Raise VC Summit 2020, female/non-binary investors are gathering virtually to discuss how to create a more equitable future for all. Betsy Bland, vice president and managing director of Workday Ventures, shares how our portfolio companies are helping to elevate people and reduce barriers to opportunity.
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.
Karen Carter, chief human resources officer and chief inclusion officer at Dow Chemical, and Ann-Marie Campbell, executive vice president, U.S. stores at The Home Depot, share insights on how to cultivate a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Even during a pandemic, many forward-thinking businesses have continued with their digital transformation initiatives. Yael Leblanc, group finance transformation director at Veolia, a global environmental services company headquartered in France, discusses why the shift to a new finance system proceeded as planned despite the global lockdown.
Kevin Kain, director of financial planning and operational analysis, and Kristen Raber, corporate director, Cloud Innovation Lab at ChristianaCare, share how the healthcare provider has rapidly adapted to change while continuing to drive digital transformation within the organization and provide affordable, high quality care for the communities it serves.