The Configure and Prototype Stage will involve key engagement activities, integrations and implementation testing, and business process validation.
Watch ATP’s first Readiness Workshop, Introduction to Workday, which introduces the Workday landing page and a few of the employee self-service features.
Lois Brooks, Steven Hopper, and Sean Nelson have been named as new Executive Sponsors for ATP. They will serve alongside current ATP Executive Sponsor Rob Cramer, Vice Chancellor of Finance and Administration for UW–Madison.
ATP Executive Sponsor Jim Langdon, ATP Chief Technology Officer Joanna Wang, and the Change Management Strategy Team visited 13 UW campuses to listen, learn, and address feedback about ATP.
Joining the team on August 15, Donahoe brings 16 years of extensive experience in ERP implementations, upgrades, and administration in higher education to ATP.
Discover how subject matter experts from across the UW System are partnering with Design Teams to transform business processes in Workday.
The Administrative Transformation Program presented a status update on Wednesday, June 22, sharing the latest program news with UW System stakeholders.
A series of introductory visits allows ATP leadership to hear and understand the unique needs of each campus.
Faculty and staff from all UW System campuses are invited to the Administrative Transformation Program’s next virtual status update on Wednesday, June 22.
The Administrative Transformation Program kicked off the Architect Stage on May 2, closing out a Planning Stage with a clarified scope and timeline.