"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 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.
A week-long series of customer confirmation sessions took place on April 8-12 to demonstrate the initial prototype of HR and Payroll functionality in Ohio State’s Workday environment. More than 60 business owners, process owners and subject matter experts who have been heavily involved in design and configuration activities received a first-hand look at select business processes and transactions.
Over 180 HR and payroll professionals have attended virtual sessions introducing Staffing Models, a Workday core concept. The full Workday core concepts series for HR and Payroll is designed to give the audience foundational knowledge of the Workday system. The concepts focus on content the HR community will see and use most often when the first release of Workday is launched in 2020.
Feedback Friday articles address questions received through the Enterprise Project mailbox, meetings, contact form and surveys. Answers to the incoming questions are provided by project team subject matter experts. This article answers questions related to Payroll decisions and changes.
University leadership identified the "recruit to hire" process, the initial employment experience for the university’s faculty, staff and students, as a primary business process transformation (BPT) opportunity as part of the Enterprise Project.
As the state’s fifth largest employer, The Ohio State University provides more than 40,000 faculty and staff with opportunities to grow and thrive. The university is committed to cultivating a workplace culture that attracts, supports and retains quality talent. As a result, the operations within the human resources (HR) and payroll “workstream” were included in the scope of the Enterprise Project’s vision to transform the way the university does business.
The Enterprise Project convened a community forum on Thursday, September 21, to provide information on the project’s second phase. The Architect Phase Community Forum featured remarks from the project’s Executive Sponsors, an overview of phase goals and summaries of the strategic direction for each area. An estimated 400 people attended the event, with an additional audience of nearly 300 watching via livestream. See the full article for more details, including answers to audience questions posed to the Executive Sponsors and project leadership.
Please be sure to attend tomorrow’s Architect Phase Community Forum. The forum is scheduled from 2 to 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, September 21, at the Fawcett Center’s Conference Theater. Enterprise Project Executive Sponsors Provost Bruce McPheron, Chief Financial Officer Geoff Chatas and Senior Vice President for Talent, Culture and Human Resources Susan McGarry Basso will outline the goals of the project’s Architect phase. In addition, project leadership will share highlights that reflect progress to date.
The Enterprise Project’s Architect Phase will align strategic direction, system requirements and business process designs. The Architect Phase will last from August 2017 to February 2018 for Finance, HR and Payroll processes, and to December 2018 for Student processes.