Executive Insights

An organization’s success depends on the strength of its culture. In this issue, Workday leaders discuss cultivating a healthy culture during fast growth, building teams that embrace change, and recognizing the challenges and benefits of BYOC (bring your own collaboration) in the workplace. In Services Spotlight, we share how we’re helping organizations leverage intelligent technologies while staying true to our mission to place people at the center of the enterprise.

  • How CIOs Can Tame the Collaboration Conundrum

    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.

    Diana McKenzie April 29, 2018
  • What We’ve Learned About Culture at Workday

    How do you put culture first at a fast growing company? Workday was thrilled to rise to #7 on the “FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work for in 2018.” Yet we've also hit some bumps along the way. Workday Chief People Officer Ashley Goldsmith shares three things we've learned and some new things we're doing—which may be useful for other companies navigating culture ups and downs.

    Ashley Goldsmith March 06, 2018

Suggested Resources

Enterprise Intelligence: A New Frontier for Innovation
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CFO Thought Leader | The Mentoring Round: What Do You Wish Someone Had Told You at the Start of Your CFO Career?
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Culture Clash: Driving Workplace Change and Transformation
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