Workday Rising 2012

PwC + Workday = Transform your HR organization into a strategic force

Workday Rising 2012: Citizens of the Cloud
November 5-8, 2012, Las Vegas

PwC's Workday practice consists of Workday certified specialists with deep expertise in HCM, Finance, Talent, HR Operations, Change Management and Organizational Design. For PwC, deploying Workday is not just a technical implementation, but working with our clients to transform their organizations to achieve business objectives and align their people practices with business strategy. We work collaboratively with our clients to effectively manage their business needs to respond faster and more meaningfully to market challenges.

    Predictive Analytics: Leveraging Workday's real-time human capital data to maximize workforce retention, engagement and productivity.

PwC is holding an informative session on how organizations can harness the power of Workday's workforce data to produce metrics, benchmarks, predictive analytics and workforce planning. PwC Principal Scott Pollak will share the tools and techniques that have proved successful in thousands of client engagements.


Human Resources Transformation: Is it driving business performance?

As companies embrace globalization, technology, and competitive pressures, local labor markets are rapidly evolving and changing—and the skill shortages are pushing human resources into the front lines of acquiring, developing, and retaining talent.

Delivering results through talent: The HR challenge in a volatile world. PwC’s 15th annual global CEO survey

In this PwC article over 1,200 CEOs talked about their global talent management issues - and how HR should react.

Results from PwC Saratoga’s 2012/2013 US Human Capital Effectiveness Report: State of the workforce

The data in this report is based on the US operations of more than 300 organizations. We offer observations that may help organizations understand the dynamics at play in the labor market today.

The Change Trifecta : Measuring ROI to maximize change effectiveness

Every organization faces this challenge as it seeks to understand and rationalize the cost of managing people through the process of adopting and embracing change, and making that change “stick.” Spending on change management is a critical element of the business case and the return on investment.

Re-energizing finance: The organization challenge

Like many other parts of companies, finance organizations haven’t been spared recent belt-tightening. Whatever the size of their teams, the onus is on CFOs today to leverage every part of the finance organization to deliver value beyond traditional transaction processing and control. PwC and Wharton share insight on how top finance organizations can rise to the challenge.

HR Innovation – Summer 2012

Talent is at a premium. Misalignment between available workers and needed skills, along with expanding timeframes for finding talent are limiting the ability of companies to fully pursue growth agendas.

Key trends in human capital 2012: A global perspective

In the fifth edition of PwC’s detailed studies of Global Trends in Human Capital, we look more closely at how organizations and the global workforce have been changed by the financial crisis and economic downturn.

Harnessing the power of crowdsourcing: Does your company stand out in a crowd?

Crowdsourcing enables a company to broadcast an issue to a diverse audience — using a variety of social media and collaborative software solutions — and ask them to contribute ideas to solve the problem. Organizations that have tried this have experienced surprising solutions to internal problems and innovation needs.

People performance: How CFOs can build the bench strength they need today…and tomorrow

Top CFOs know they are only as strong as their teams. From treasury to financial planning and analysis, their finance managers have a shared vision of being valued contributors in strategic discussions – adding insight and analysis at critical junctures of decision-making.