During this challenging time, our Workday executives have been thinking carefully about how to work together to guide decision making and encourage initiative at all levels of our organization—particularly across HR, accounting, and financial planning and analysis (FP&A).
“As leaders we routinely encounter situations that we don’t anticipate,” said Robynne Sisco, Workday co-president and chief financial officer, during a recent customer-focused webinar, “The C-Suite Data Advantage: How Workday Executives Reduce Costs and Make Better Decisions Using Planning and Analytics.” “It’s times like these when we have to stand true to our mission and our core values. We’re empowering our people, because they are in the best position to come up with creative ways to respond to unanticipated needs and manage continuity, to learn how to recover and emerge stronger, and to thrive in the next new normal.”
Robynne participated in the webinar, along with Greg Pryor, senior vice president of leadership and organizational effectiveness at Workday, and several of our senior finance leaders, to share with customers our own experience running the business using Workday systems against the backdrop of COVID-19. These leaders also shared how accurate and connected data, in particular, helps us make decisions across the company to
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