The streaming wars rage on with renewed urgency as people seek solace, escape, or understanding from the comfort of their homes. In the middle of this, organizational agility is more important than ever.
The pandemic has accelerated long-standing business trends and forced leaders to take a hard look at priorities. Here’s how the partnerships between finance and HR are playing out amid the coronavirus crisis.
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.
Janet Duliga, chief administrative officer at the fabric and craft retailer, discusses how the business quickly shifted its operating model to meet the demand for do-it-yourself personal protective equipment.
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.
Betsy Bland, vice president and managing director of Workday Ventures, shares insights on how companies can improve employee well-being, prepare for a return to the workplace, and unlock workforce potential.
Lesley Ballantyne, director of people operations for the John Lewis Partnership, connected with Peter Gamble, Workday regional vice president and country leader for the UK and Ireland, at this year’s Workday Elevate Digital Experience, to discuss how one of the UK’s best-loved retail groups has been facing digital disruption head on.
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.
Workday’s Greg Pryor recently chatted with Marcus Erb, vice president of data science and innovation and Matt Bush, culture coaching lead at Great Place to Work, to discuss the data science behind being a great place to work for all, under all circumstances.
These difficult times have brought greater exposure to widespread social inequality, and in the working world, a huge opportunity divide. Learn how programs such as Workforce Week are making a difference.
Talent in the U.S. is spread evenly, but opportunity is not. Discover how Year Up, a Workday Partner, is closing the opportunity divide by helping young adults gain the skills and job experience they need.
The global pandemic has presented businesses with extensive new challenges, but it’s also pushed them to find new and different ways of working. Joel MacCharles, vice president of learning and innovation at Bill Gosling Outsourcing, explains how his company uncovered new business opportunities through uncertainty.
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.
The pace of policy change affecting workplace safety is at an all-time high. Claire Deason, an attorney at Littler Law, offers insight on designing policies and protocols that align with constantly evolving government guidelines and legislation.
From perk to permanent? The shift to remote work could be the new normal of office life. Claire Deason, an attorney at Littler Law, shares legal considerations for companies that are formalizing their work-from-home policies in a post-pandemic workplace.
James Cross talks with David Clarke about why the current state of credentialing is in dire need of an update, and what Workday is doing to improve how we share information about ourselves—such as our skills, degrees, and capabilities—in the future.
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.
The increased shift to remote work that we thought would happen over time has instead happened almost overnight. As companies grapple with the resulting challenges, we share ideas for navigating this new territory.
The pandemic has highlighted why you must be able to quickly share information with your workforce, adapt learning programs and delivery, and establish and expand virtual learning. Greg Pryor explains how Workday Learning is helping our customers during challenging times.
We're sharing guidance from some of our strategic partners—Accenture, Collaborative Solutions, KPMG, Mercer, OneSource Virtual, and PwC—on how to strengthen operational resilience during times of crisis.
Like Rome, high-performing teams aren’t built in a day. But, they are built from data. Greg Pryor, senior vice president of leadership and organizational effectiveness at Workday, shares how data can enable employees to do their best work.
How can HR, accounting, and financial planning and analysis teams work together efficiently during times of uncertainty? In a recent webinar, four of our leaders shared their experiences using Workday during the coronavirus pandemic.
How can we best take care of our mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic, and how can business leaders support the emotional wellbeing of their employees? Harvard clinical psychologist Luana Marques and wellbeing and performance leader Bill Duane offered some solutions in a recent CNBC@Work livestream.
How do you measure the quality of the employee experience within your organization? Workday’s Phil Willburn, head of people analytics and insights, discusses how deeper insights into your own data can help improve that experience.
Businesses must adopt new skills within their workforces to keep up with frequent advances in technology. Three HR leaders share how companies can stay ahead of emerging tech developments through upskilling and reskilling.
How will your organization maintain a competitive advantage in HR? Workday Chief People Officer Ashley Goldsmith says it requires making the most of data-driven insights, understanding and expanding employee skill sets, and developing an inclusive pipeline of leaders.
How can women grow their careers in technology, and how can companies draw more women into tech careers and, ultimately, leadership roles? Chris Byrne, senior vice president of global operations at Workday, shares her views on these topics and more.
Frontline workers are a vital part of retail operations. But competition for retail talent is intense, and it’s even harder to retain employees once they’re on board. In this podcast, Greg Thomas talks with retail expert Chris Cameron about how retailers can attract and retain the best of the best.
The baby boomer generation is the fastest-growing workforce demographic in financial services. Here’s how the industry can do a better job of leveraging the generation’s wealth of knowledge and experience.
Speed, convenience, and personalization are key to winning the hearts of today’s shoppers. But it’s not always easy. KPMG retail expert Mark Schmeling joined us to talk about the changing world of retail and what retailers need to do to get ahead of their competition.
In our study on organizational agility, we identified a group of leading organizations who have embraced agility in order to successfully transform their business for digital revenue growth. See how the CHRO can foster an environment that supports agility.