The Human Resources, Academic Personnel Office, Information Technology Services and Financial Services teams are collaborating in delivering R2R to the McGill community.
The following chart displays the R2R team structure:
The Executive Sponsors are:
The McGill Advisors represent the business needs in their respective areas, they are:
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The Core Team includes appointed representatives from the Office of the Provost and Vice-Principal Academic (OPVPA), Central HR, IT Services and some of the Faculties and Units, each responsible for specific Workday modules. With the guidance of our implementation partner, they support the solution design and will configure Workday. They are:
The Functional Business Analysts (FBA) work in close collaboration with the Experts. They are responsible for delivering quality solutions to the benefits of the program.
Experts are the lead functional design authority and assume ultimate ownership of business process design and harmonization in each area of responsibility across all Faculties and Units.
Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) are very knowledgeable about practices specific to their local Unit or Faculty. They assist Process Owners in ensuring consistency between the University’s needs and the best practices.
The Change Network will support Change Management activities across the Office of the Provost and Vice-Principal Academic (OPVPA), the Faculties and Units, Central HR and IT Services. They are:
The Champions' role is to facilitate and manage, with the objective to maximize engagement in the R2R Program. They exercise their influence among their peers to facilitate the execution of the change activities in their unit or faculty.
Change Agents are appointed by the Champions and act as advisors in reviewing the R2R impacts and design decisions. They represent each cluster of departments or geographical location in the Faculties and Units.
Click on the image below to view the list of R2R Champions per faculty & administrative unit:
Our design golden rule is,
"Ask not how Workday can accommodate our as-is processes.
Ask how we can, with the guidance of our implementation partner, evolve toward best practices."