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.
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.
What’s so powerful about the Power of One? In two new videos, Workday product and technology leaders drill down into what one source of data means for our customers, and explain how a single system gives customers the ability to plan, execute, and analyze in ways they never could before.
The phrase "disrupt or get disrupted" isn't about choices. For the financial services industry, it's a mantra of survival. Learn more from Deloitte Consulting LLP about the accelerating pace of change and how the finserv industry is keeping up.
People’s experiences in the changing world of work need to be personalized, streamlined, and simplified. See how Workday helps organizations increase agility, empower their people, and create opportunity for all.
Workday’s finance solutions are designed to help customers excel in the changing world of work. Check out a series of videos that showcase our latest product innovations that help finance teams increase agility, effectiveness, and insight.
How can we help people be more successful in their new roles, faster? One of the world’s leading experts in applied social network science, Rob Cross, and Workday's Greg Pryor discuss the results of extensive research with more than 300 companies, and share insights about what creates individual success.
Ray Wang, principal analyst and founder of Constellation Research, talks with Workday's Joe Korngiebel about how the open source/platform dichotomy leads to more innovation, how organizations need to think about their data to drive business outcomes, and where the industry is at in terms of AI maturity.
We're very honored to be ranked #4 on Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For. This recognition is about all of our 10,000+ Workmates across the globe, who nurture our special culture. Our Chief People Officer Ashley Goldsmith shares more, including a short video where several Workmates share their moments that mattered.
As a CFO, what happens to your role as the world around you continues to change? In this episode of In Good Company, filmed in London, we sat down with finance experts from Longitude and Workday to discuss finance leaders' priorities that emerged from a global research study.
Meet Frida Polli, co-founder and CEO of pymetrics, a Workday Ventures partner company. In this two-part video series, Polli talks with Leighanne Levensaler about problems with the state of hiring today, why cognitive and emotional traits are better indicators of a candidate's future success than a resume, and how pymetrics is using neuroscience to fix the career search process.
Company culture is critical to an organization’s financial success, and Michael C. Bush, CEO at Great Place to Work, has the numbers to prove it. Check out this highlights video of his presentation at Workday Rising, which includes a panel discussion on culture with leaders from CarMax, Quicken Loans, and Workday.
Mental health issues do not discriminate: Approximately one in five individuals experience a mental health condition in their lifetime. Watch our panel discussion to learn how to reduce the stigma associated with mental health.
Did you miss the Innovation Keynote at Workday Rising? Or maybe you were there but want to revisit the highlights. We've trimmed the 90-minute keynote down to a 15-minute, news-packed highlights video. Take a look!
Organizations are moving from top-down hierarchies to networks, where employees tap their social ties to form project teams that deliver innovation and results. Learn more about this shift from talent executives at General Motors, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and Workday.
In this episode of Behind the Cloud, Workday Chief Privacy Officer Barbara Cosgrove talks with host David Clarke about the main principles of GDPR compliance, Workday’s role in supporting our customers’ compliance, and the skills and capabilities needed to ensure data privacy.
There are many aspects to the Power of One, but we believe Workday's single architecture truly sets us apart. Watch as Workday Chief Technology Officer Joe Korngiebel explains what makes our technology so different.
In this episode, Steve Bandrowczak, chief operating officer and chief information officer at Alight Solutions, explains how new technologies and changing consumer expectations are disrupting the professional services industry, and how CIOs and IT leaders can position their firms to succeed.
There’s a gender imbalance in technology product design, development, and management. What can companies do to recruit and retain more women? How can women grow their careers in tech products? Watch and learn from product leaders at Intuit, New Enterprise Associates, and Workday.
When it comes to a successful reinvention of HR, few companies have done it as well as Netflix. In this video, Patty McCord, former chief talent officer at Netflix and mastermind of the most famous slide deck on culture in recent business history, shares her thoughts on how to hire in a much more strategic way.
In this episode of Behind the Cloud, Pete Schlampp, vice president of Workday Analytics, talks with host David Clarke about why making sense of business data is no longer the strict purview of the IT department—advancements in technology are now enabling business users to perform complex analysis.
In this episode, KPMG Principal Joe Moawad discusses how the CFO role and finance organization are evolving to support big changes on the horizon, ranging from tax reform to cloud migration and intelligent automation.
Watch this short video to learn how our approach to Workday's interface, which automatically delivers the latest interface innovations without requiring any process or configuration changes, gives all 26 million users a delightful experience.
In this episode, Josh DeFigueiredo, Workday’s chief trust officer, talks with host David Clarke about why companies should evaluate on-premise and cloud technology providers differently, and how to build and maintain a “culture of security” within your organization.
In this episode of "In Good Company," Meredith Coughlin, assistant dean of enterprise systems at Indian River State College, and Sean Hanna, analyst of student systems at the University of Rochester, discuss the current challenges higher education institutions face as the traditional path to degree completion has evolved.
We've consolidated some of the most significant product news highlights from the Workday Rising Executive Keynote into a 14-minute video. Watch as Workday Co-Founder and CEO Aneel Bhusri and other leadership team members share what's new in Workday.
Just like a house needs a good foundation, a finance system needs the right technology foundation. In this video, Betsy Bland, vice president of financial management products at Workday, explains several of the innovative technologies that Workday was built upon and how they give finance teams a distinct advantage.
Workday officially adopted the new revenue recognition standard earlier this year, on the first day it was permitted under the new rules. In this episode, Workday CFO Robynne Sisco and Corporate Controller Trish Coughlin discuss Workday’s adoption of ASC 606 and lessons they learned in the process.
Josh Bersin, principal and founder of Bersin by Deloitte, and Greg Pryor, vice president of leadership and organizational effectiveness at Workday, discuss the evolution of careers and learning, what the ideal career looks like, and what organizations must do to deliver more meaningful experiences for their employees.
The legacy approach to analytics is broken, with transactions separated from analytics systems. Derek Butts, Workday’s vice president of product strategy, explains how one source of truth can give companies actionable insights and business agility.
The healthcare industry continues to undergo significant change, with uncertainty around healthcare reform, industry consolidation, and new business models. In this video, Rob McMurray, controller at Christiana Care, discusses how change is impacting the organization and his role.
Because Workday was able to design a born-in-the cloud system for an ever-changing technology landscape, security is integrated into the core of every Workday product. Josh DeFigueiredo, Workday’s chief trust officer, explains how one security model benefits customers in a way that’s only possible with Workday’s technology platform.
Holger Mueller, vice president and principal analyst at Constellation Research, talks with host David Clarke, senior vice president of technology development at Workday, about characteristics of the cloud that are most critical for the enterprise, why CFOs are embracing the cloud, and why data benchmarking is important for businesses.
How do you encourage employees to share their knowledge through peer learning? One terrific way is with interactive video, which gives creators and viewers the chance to connect with quizzes, submit open responses, and embed notes directly into the content. Learn more in a one-minute video.
In an industry that’s at the center of much public scrutiny and legislative action, what can healthcare leaders do to move their organizations forward in these uncertain times? Deloitte experts share advice for not just surviving, but thriving.
A huge mismatch exists between what higher education institutions offer in terms of digital tools, and what students themselves want when they get to campus. Watch our video to find out how Workday's recently-graduated product managers build a system with students in mind.
In this episode of In Good Company, Naved Qureshi, associate partner at IBM, talks about what’s top of mind for finance leaders and how they are preparing for change and disruption within their industries.
Gender inequality continues to be a problem in the tech industry. Yet change can happen, and businesses are responsible for helping drive that change. In Good Company guests share best practices for supporting women in tech, discuss how companies can address a gender inequality problem, and share their own strategies for career growth.
During the Workday Rising keynote in Chicago, Aneel Bhusri and Dave Duffield joined Workday product leaders to announce new products and provide other updates. Watch this short video to learn the highlights.
Marianne Koch, associate dean and HR program director, Golden Gate University, and James Cross, Workday’s director of learning product strategy, describe how to implement workplace learning that will foster employee engagement and business innovation.