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Part 2 – Is your Workday Environment Balanced, Contextual, and Systems-Oriented?

Is your Workday tenant set-up to listen to the insights your data is telling you and incorporate it into core business processes?

Part 1 - What Falls Through Go-Live Cracks?

As with all moves, migrating from your legacy system into Workday involves stress, sacrifice, and the unexpected. What are the most common things we see lost in the chaos, and why is it important to revisit these items once the dust has settled?

Bad data – it’s kinda like putting cheap oil in your brand new performance car…

Bad data, lack of validation procedures, lack of attention to detail… as a veteran of over 50 Workday projects, it’s a theme I’ve seen repeated over and over again.

Year-end Go-Live and Workday® Support Done Right

System support should be simple. If a client has a system problem, they should contact their respective consultancy/support mechanism to get an answer.

Business Process Booklet – If You Don't Know, Now You Know

It is safe to say I have been doing Workday security for quite some time. Over my years I have come across a few reports that no matter what project, client, size, or shape, I use, ALWAYS.

Workday Implementation – The Other Side of the Table

I spent the better part of 5 years as a Workday implementation consultant, holding project roles as Data Conversion Lead, HCM Lead, Compensation Lead, Benefits Lead, Absence Lead, and Project Manager.

The Ultimate Team Sport

Formula 1 may not be everyone’s cup of tea when it comes to spectator sports. In fact, it wasn’t my cup of tea until a few years ago. I would say “Who watches that?

Part 2 – Is your Workday Environment Balanced, Contextual, and Systems-Oriented?

Is your Workday tenant set-up to listen to the insights your data is telling you and incorporate it into core business processes?

Part 1 - What Falls Through Go-Live Cracks?

As with all moves, migrating from your legacy system into Workday involves stress, sacrifice, and the unexpected. What are the most common things we see lost in the chaos, and why is it important to revisit these items once the dust has settled?

Bad data – it’s kinda like putting cheap oil in your brand new performance car…

Bad data, lack of validation procedures, lack of attention to detail… as a veteran of over 50 Workday projects, it’s a theme I’ve seen repeated over and over again.

Year-end Go-Live and Workday® Support Done Right

System support should be simple. If a client has a system problem, they should contact their respective consultancy/support mechanism to get an answer.

Business Process Booklet – If You Don't Know, Now You Know

It is safe to say I have been doing Workday security for quite some time. Over my years I have come across a few reports that no matter what project, client, size, or shape, I use, ALWAYS.

Workday Implementation – The Other Side of the Table

I spent the better part of 5 years as a Workday implementation consultant, holding project roles as Data Conversion Lead, HCM Lead, Compensation Lead, Benefits Lead, Absence Lead, and Project Manager.

The Ultimate Team Sport

Formula 1 may not be everyone’s cup of tea when it comes to spectator sports. In fact, it wasn’t my cup of tea until a few years ago. I would say “Who watches that?

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