In Bersin by Deloitte’s new report previewing 2017’s top nine trends disrupting HR technology, the learning market is featured for its ongoing massive evolution. Driven by cultural, demographic, and business realities, learning and development (L&D) is being viewed as essential not only to ensure a suitably skilled and competent workforce but also to attract talent (particularly Millennials) in the first place. According to the report, “[the] entire marketplace of corporate learning tools is being turned on its head….”1 We’ve had the chance to observe this firsthand with the introduction of Workday Learning, a new entrant in the fast-paced, cloud-based learning market.
Supporting health care M&A
Posted by Peggy Chin on October 25, 2016.
Leaders in HRIS and benefits at Rochester Regional Health recently presented their experiences at Workday Rising in Chicago. The health system serves the greater Rochester and Finger Lakes region of New York and, like many others in its industry, has been growing steadily by merger and acquisition. The reasons Rochester chose Workday and the benefits that decision has enabled make an interesting case in point for organizations in any industry looking to move HR systems to the cloud or better manage the talent aspects of M&A activity.
Posted by Walt Sokoll on August 30, 2016.
A startling 92 percent of companies responding to Deloitte’s 2016 Global Human Capital Trends research rated redesigning the organization as very important or important, making it the No. 1 trend in this year’s report. One of the primary ways we see this organizational restructuring playing out is in the rise of teams—companies moving away from traditional hierarchical organization structures and empowering networks of teams centered around customers, products, markets, or missions.
Posted by Tim Ely, on June 8, 2016.
The potential benefits of moving from on-premises systems to cloud-based systems are well-documented, including lower up-front investment, reduced ongoing maintenance and costs, ease of updating, faster implementation, standardization across systems, and the like. These factors, along with a desire to transform HR to more easily access reliable data and better serve users, led one global company to migrate to the cloud in a big way—retiring more than 70 legacy systems on its brisk 15-month journey.
Posted by Christopher Cameron on January 06, 2016.
One of the trends we examined in our Global Human Capital Trends 2015 report was the need for HR to get better at keeping pace with changes in the business. With only 5 percent of survey respondents rating their organization’s HR performance as excellent, and 32 percent rating it as underperforming or “getting by,” it seems clear that many HR organizations are struggling to deliver what the business needs (see Reinventing HR: An extreme makeover). This could have been the case with the HR organization in one company we worked with —but it wasn’t. Instead, HR leaders took the opportunity afforded by the business’s dramatic turnaround to reinvent HR in similar bold fashion.
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Posted by John Malikowski on October 15, 2013
It’s always energizing to be on the floor at Workday Rising — never more so than this year, with more than 3,500 people in attendance, including over 80 Deloitte practitioners from our member firms around the world — truly showing our global reach and activity around Workday. I continue to see and experience fantastic growth and demand for this event.
Posted by Greg Viola on September 11, 2013
On tap today at Workday Rising 2013 is a session I’m co-presenting with a client from Sony Electronics. About a year into its Workday implementation, Sony Electronics chose to use Deloitte Application Management Services (AMS) to help enhance the efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and overall value of its investment in Workday Human Capital Management. Our presentation today talks about the what’s and why’s of AMS in general, and Sony Electronics’ experiences specifically.
I imagine many of you may be asking why you’d even need a third-party AMS provider. One of the drivers for selecting Workday, or another SaaS solution, is to lower total cost of ownership, a significant part of which includes ease of configuration and ongoing maintenance. So if you have to hire an external third-party provider to help support your cloud solution, is it really worth it?
Posted by Dan Sundt on October 25, 2011
My topic today at Workday Rising 2011, presented with clients from CareFusion and Applied Materials, is how Workday enables a variety of HR service delivery models, with particular emphasis on shared services and outsourcing. Also being discussed are some of lessons learned by CareFusion and Applied Materials from their implementations and operating a HR Service Delivery model that is enabled by Workday.
At the Workday Rising 2012 event in Las Vegas, John Malikowski, National Practice leader for Deloitte’s Workday Enabled HR Transformation services, Mike Mitchell, Principal for Emerging Solutions and David Hom, the U.S. Workday leader, discuss the practice’s growth and achievements over the past year from new implementations to global reach and capabilities to the acquisition of Aggressor.
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Posted by Dan McHugh and Margie Painter on November 6, 2012
Today at Workday Rising, we’re co-presenting with our colleague from AIG, which is in the midst of a global, multi-year HR Transformation initiative. Our session centers around a method for improving the effectiveness of change management in large-scale transformations.