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.
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.
Many legacy enterprise application vendors are now asking their customers when they want to schedule their updates—as if this is a good thing. At Workday, we ask, “Why do updates have to cause disruption at all?” Hint: They don’t have to.
Workday Extend empowers our customers to confidently build, deploy, and manage new business capabilities for finance and HR. Architected on the same platform as Workday's applications, Extend delivers enterprise scale and speeds development.
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.
Keith Lohkamp, senior director, healthcare industry strategy at Workday, talks with Ray Wang, principal analyst, founder, and chairman at Constellation Research, about technology trends and strategies healthcare organizations are adopting to keep up with industry standards and adapt in the changing world of healthcare.
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.
Leighanne Levensaler, executive vice president of corporate strategy at Workday and managing director and co-head of Workday Ventures, discusses how the pandemic has accelerated key business initiatives such as cloud computing, worker reskilling, and inclusive company cultures.
When we look back on 2020, we’ll likely regard it as the year digital transformation reached escape velocity. Jim Stratton, chief technology officer at Workday, expects big leaps in these technology areas this year.
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.
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.
COVID-19 has accelerated the pace of digital transformation for many businesses. Carolyn Horne, our president, EMEA, looks at how a disruptive 2020 has acted as a catalyst for change—and how business leaders are increasing agility and building resilience within their organisations.
The COVID-19 pandemic has damaged local economies and led to high unemployment. We believe there is an innovative solution to help address these challenges: the creation of skills-based talent marketplaces.
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.
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.
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.
The second installment of our global survey, “Organizational Agility At Scale: The Key to Driving Digital Growth,” found that the pandemic has forced business leaders the world over to take a hard look at what they’re doing right, and what needs improving inside their own organizations.
Skills are the fundamental currency of the changing world of work, and we believe our skills cloud is a true differentiator for talent optimization. Workday CTO Jim Stratton provides a closer look at how we’ve engineered skills cloud to provide the greatest possible value to our customers.
Cooperative purchasing agreements and group contract vehicles allow higher education and public sector organizations to adopt cloud-based finance, human resources, planning, and student technologies more quickly and efficiently.
Artificial intelligence (AI) enables business leaders to focus their time on the challenges that really matter. Workday Co-Founder and Co-CEO Aneel Bhusri, Nasdaq President and CEO Adena Friedman, and Fortune President and CEO Alan Murray share their thoughts on how AI will further shape the future of business.
Following the Court of Justice of the European Union’s (CJEU) decision in the “Schrems II” case, some wondered what it would mean for cross-border data transfers and whether they remained valid. Upon more analysis, they remain intact—with some caveats.
On today’s Workday Podcast, we examine the role AI and ML play in economics and the intricate relationship between human, machine, and society at large. Ajay Agrawal, co-author of “Prediction Machines: The Simple Economics of Artificial Intelligence,” joins Workday Executive Vice President of Technology Sayan Chakraborty to discuss the AI landscape and how it has changed since the book’s publication.
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.
Pete Schlampp, executive vice president of product development, and Sayan Chakraborty, executive vice president of technology, discuss how Workday’s culture encourages out-of-the-box thinking and creativity, which enables us to create products and technology that are changing the way people work.
Higher education has a lot to teach other industries when it comes to organizational agility. Although our study was conducted prior to the global pandemic, many of the pain points and opportunities identified by higher education respondents look prophetic in hindsight.
Today, an update regarding the validity of data transfer mechanisms was announced by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) as a result of what has become known as the “Schrems II” case. To provide clarity on what this ruling means, and what to expect from Workday in our ongoing commitment to data privacy protections, we're sharing this brief FAQ.
How should businesses be thinking about IT security in the current climate? Workday's North America CTO Archana Ramamoorthy discusses cybersecurity, the concept of “zero trust,” and why businesses need to stay one step ahead of the game.
Jules Polonetsky, CEO of the Future of Privacy Forum, and Barbara Cosgrove, Workday’s chief privacy officer, talk about why it’s important to take a global view of privacy, what a chief privacy officer does, and how privacy leaders create value by working together.
Brian Lancaster, vice president of information technology at Nebraska Medicine, shares how his organization has approached its innovation strategy to better support employees and enable effective transformation.
The CIO plays a pivotal role in an organization’s ability to respond, recover, and emerge even stronger following this global crisis. Read the last in our three-part series on technology leadership through and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic.
As part of our deployment strategy and to help support our customers and their changing business needs, we're announcing that Workday Launch, a preconfigured approach to help customers get up and running on Workday more quickly, is available to qualified large enterprise organizations in the U.S.
Businesses must become more agile to deal with an uncertain economic landscape. Here are highlights from an IDC White Paper that explores the CIO’s role in creating a digital-first organization and a more agile business.
We’re excited to announce Workday for Microsoft Teams, which empowers people to get daily activities done faster and more efficiently by bringing Workday into a natural workspace used by many of our customers.
Workday Extend (formerly called Workday Cloud Platform) fosters an even more connected, adaptable, and extensible Workday. Learn how our customers are already using it to adapt to rapid changes brought on by the pandemic.
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 CIO plays a pivotal role in an organization’s ability to respond, recover, and return to growth following this global crisis. Read the first in our three-part series on technology leadership through and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic.
We conducted a global study of 998 business leaders across industries, with the goal to understand how companies use organizational agility to successfully deliver digital products and services for a changing world. Here's an overview of the results.