- Go-Live Drivers: The Keys to a Successful Workday Implementation
- Workday Brief: Supervisory Organizations
- More on Workday Supervisory Organizations and Staffing Models
- Workday Reflections: University of Southern California
Go-Live Drivers: The Keys to a Successful Workday Implementation
Go-Live Drivers are a list of criteria, activities, and key milestones that must be achieved for a successful Workday HCM/Payroll implementation. The Workday program, Business Process Offices, and governance groups, like the Workday Steering Committee, have agreed upon a list of drivers that the Workday program will be measuring throughout the next year.
Workday Brief: Supervisory Organizations
This Workday Brief provides a basic overview of Supervisory Organizations, the primary organizational structure for Workday Human Capital Management (HCM). In this Workday Brief, you will learn about organizational charts, staffing models, and the naming conventions for Supervisory Organizations.
More on Workday Supervisory Organizations and Staffing Models
For more detailed information on Supervisory Organizations and Staffing Models, check out these additional resources:
- HCM/Payroll Staffing Models Quick Reference Guide PDF
- HCM/Payroll Staffing Models Video Presentation – 7 minutes, EID required
- Workday Supervisory Organizations and Academic Units Video Presentation – 8:26 minutes, EID required
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Workday Reflections: University of Southern California
Workday continues to grow its higher education client base. Several of our higher education peers have shared their Workday reflections with us — from words of encouragement to helpful tips – and will be regularly featured in this newsletter.
“Remember, you are participating in a change to UT Austin that will positively impact staff, students, and faculty for decades. Our own campus is seeing the value of new dashboards, transactional visibility, mobile capability and more.” – Steve O’Donnell, program director, Information Technology Services, University of Southern California