Ohio State is building a Reporting and Analytics Environment (RAE) to complement Workday’s data analytics and reporting capabilities. A “soft launch” of the RAE will take place soon, which entails loading a few initial datasets and beginning to pilot governance and access processes.
Ohio State will begin testing the Workday system and revitalized business processes beginning in August, 2019. Testing activities will validate the Workday configurations and related processes to ensure the university’s business needs are met.
"A Day in the Life" shines a light on featured project team members to showcase the range of activities taking place. Tammy Ament is a Functional Lead for the Enterprise Project’s Workday HCM (Human Capital Management) team, leading the Recruit-to-Hire transformation.
The university’s Facilities Operations and Development’s Design and Construction team has successfully launched e-Builder at Ohio State, meeting an Enterprise Project goal that reflects modern technology and exceptional service. E-Builder is a cloud-based construction management software that tracks budgets, schedules and related documents.
Feedback Friday posts address questions received through the Enterprise Project mailbox, contact form and surveys. Questions in this edition are related to business intelligence and reporting in the future state.
On Wednesday, May 22, the University Staff Advisory Committee (USAC) hosted “Conversation with Susan Basso and HR Leadership,” during which a panel of Office of Human Resources leaders discussed the HR transformations underway, including the implementation of Workday and a new HR Service Delivery model.
As Ohio State progresses toward its initial release of Workday, staff who will frequently use the system to support their roles are receiving increased visibility into new system configurations. Most recently, around 150 Finance professionals participated in a “user preview” that demonstrated 15 common business processes related to accounting.
As the largest and most complex higher education institution implementing Workday Student, Ohio State is in the unique position of shaping the development of the Workday Student product. Last week, leaders and delivery architects from Workday visited campus to discuss future functionality. The Workday team also spent time with the Enterprise Project's Student Advisory Board to highlight pieces of the Workday Student experience.
The bi-annual HR Town Hall, held on Friday, April 26, brought together Ohio State’s HR professionals for updates on HR Transformation efforts. HR and university leaders shared strides made in shaping the future of HR at Ohio State, ultimately supporting an exceptional employee experience.
The Enterprise Project will implement modern systems and more efficient processes at Ohio State. "A Day in the Life" shines a light on a featured project team member to showcase the range of activities taking place. Meet the Buckeyes who are breaking barriers and fueling the future of business at Ohio State!