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.
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.
Walmart's Gayatri Agnew discusses how one of the world's largest companies is driving change through its Walmart.org philanthropic organization, by opening up opportunities for its associates to grow their careers.
Mark Chamberlain, vice president of global sales operations at software company Ivanti, shares what he's learned about growing through acquisitions, the importance of planning, and what it's like to spend time on both the finance and sales sides of the house.
In Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, the Mittelstand—midsize, often family-owned companies—make up a large segment of the economy. Klaus Schatz of KPMG shares economic challenges facing the Mittelstand and how companies are adapting.
In the latest Workday podcast, discover how one of the world's largest entertainment and record label companies finds, engages, and retains its employees at a time when the battle for talent makes it really tough.
An increase in high-profile cyber crime attacks has elevated discussion of cyber crime in the media. Learn about the latest threats and where businesses are on their journey to fight back against these challenges.
Margo Visitacion, vice president and principal analyst at Forrester Research, discusses the challenges facing professional services firms, and how technology solutions such as professional services automation (PSA) can help firms work smarter rather than harder.
It's been nearly a year since the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect. Marcel Pieters, with Deloitte Consulting B.V. in the Netherlands, provides a closer look at how businesses are managing GDPR and its impact across the world.
Cybersecurity continues to be a strong focus area after a number of high-profile global breaches. In this podcast, learn about the IT security threats facing businesses and how organisations can have a key role in fending off cybersecurity attacks.
Why does the cloud make perfect sense for a mid-market manufacturing company? Paul Wright, CIO at Accuride Corporation, discusses that and more in this podcast. The vehicle components company now has most of its systems in the cloud, including financials, HR, manufacturing, and productivity. Take a listen.
As the pace of change in technology and business continues to increase, the financial services industry must evolve to keep up. Experts from Deloitte discuss the latest technology trends affecting financial services companies and what leaders need to do to stay innovative.
Becky Woodmansee, HR director at Whitbread, the UK's largest operator of hotels and restaurants, talks about how Whitbread transformed HR and redefined its technology and culture to support 50,000 employees and a rapidly changing business model.
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.
What's the best way to increase employee engagement and collaboration? Building community can help, though that's easy to say and much harder to do. We delve into this topic with Matthew Hanwell, author and HR leader at a leading Europe-based consumer goods company, Fiskars Group.
Carin Taylor, chief diversity officer at Workday, and Mike Dillon, chief diversity and inclusion leader at PwC, share their experiences and inspiring insights in a podcast on what diversity and inclusion means to each of them and their organizations.
How can medium enterprises lay the foundation for growth while also becoming more efficient and agile? Hint: data is important. Listen to this podcast with Jason Averbook, author, analyst, and CEO and co-founder of Leapgen.
Why is a great work environment and strong culture better for your employees and your business? Michael C. Bush, CEO, Great Place to Work, has the answer. He talks with Greg Pryor, senior vice president, people and performance evangelist at Workday, and offers insights gleaned from years of employee feedback data and conversations with business leaders.
CFO Christa Davies shares insights from her experience overseeing some of Aon's largest acquisitions, including the importance of cultural fit. She also shares her thoughts on managing risk in today’s world, and the data-driven insights gained by having finance and human resources data on a single cloud platform.
Dan Schawbel from Future Workplace and Erin Yang from Workday talk about the role of leadership in addressing loneliness in a technology-enabled workplace. They also discuss how millennials are redefining engagement at work to focus more on social connections.
Vijay Tella, co-founder and CEO of Workato, talks with Leighanne Levensaler, co-head and managing director of Workday Ventures, about real-world of examples of how integrations and workflow automations can move businesses forward, and how the Workday-Workato partnership will benefit our shared customers.
Have you heard? We've launched a podcast. In this episode, data.world CEO Brett Hurt talks with Leighanne Levensaler about how the smart use of data changes a company's culture, and how data.world has created the world's largest collaborative data community.