It's been seven months since diginomica formally launched our diversity in the workplace topic category. Here's my picks from the coverage, plus reflections on where we need to go from here - and what we could do better.
Workday Rising saw the release of long-awaited products today but also some surprise steps into the collaboration and productivity realm
Deskless workers are often out working on their own, working outside the four walls of the enterprise. Zinc aims to give those workers the communications channel they need.
Accenture acquires independent Workday integrator DayNine to form the largest global Workday practice as it expands its Cloud First Applications group
Understanding the root cause of problems faced by the organization led Arbella Insurance to move its systems to Workday's cloud based ERP
The recent troubles of the Co-Operative Group have been well documented. However, part of the turnaround plan is to invest in its people and systems.
Is it possible to properly understand why outstanding talent is walking away? With the help of HBR, Brian Sommer thinks so.
The company responsible for bottling and advertising many of the Pepsi-Cola brands we see on supermarket shelves are re-engaging employees with Oracle HCM in the cloud.
The notion that emerged at the BMC Engage conference – that digital transformation is really a societal revolution – opens up many issues to consider, and here some of them are discussed by the company’s sales supremo, Jason Andrew.
Three core areas will determine the future of services businesses that want to deliver on the promise of the possible, advises NetSuite's Terry Melnik
Bye bye spreadsheets and multiple systems, hello one global HR system for Swiss spring and stampings manufacturer Baumann.
In this edition: Bosch bets on IoT; Mastercard and GE pursue digital use cases. Also: the probing questions HR tech vendors face this event season. Early Oracle OpenWorld analysis is in, while Salesforce and SAP make noise of their own. Your whiffs include: exploding phones, Wells Fargo stepping in it, and Adblock's ad-friendly tech dystopia.