The implementation of Workday means there will be a new system for managing your employee information and the university’s institutional data. Faculty and staff will use Workday to view pay, select benefits and make purchases, just to name a few examples.
The Change Network came together for an in-person meeting earlier this month to cover the Enterprise Project's key activities. Mike Anderson and Natalie Sisto Means, the Enterprise Project directors, kicked off the meeting by welcoming the group and discussing the project's overall status.
Enterprise Project Change Coordinators and Ambassadors for the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) have been spreading awareness about Workday at the college level. During a recent staff appreciation luncheon, the CFAES Change Coordinators took an opportunity to share information about the Enterprise Project and Workday.
Every college and support unit at Ohio State has identified a liaison, known as a Change Coordinator, to help guide faculty and staff in understanding the business transformations associated with the Enterprise Project.
The Prosci ® ADKAR ® model provides a framework for approaching change management. During the early stages of the Enterprise Project, a significant number of project team members participated in a three-day training to understand the ADKAR methodology.
The Organizational Change Management team is responsible for preparing stakeholders, or individuals who will be impacted by the project, to navigate and adopt the changes ahead. This will be achieved through ongoing collaboration, as well key strategies that will unfold as the project progresses.