Administrative Transformation Program leadership presented the latest Status Update on Wednesday, November 10. Following an overview of the program’s activities and a Workday update from ATP Director Nick Tincher, the ATP Strategy Leads presented current and upcoming work for the Finance, Human Resources, and Research Administration Strategy Teams.
Susie Maloney, Finance Strategy Lead, presented the business process redesign methodology used by all three teams, as well as the specific business processes her team will be reimagining. Patrick Sheehan, Human Resources Strategy Lead, and Kurt McMillen, Research Administration Strategy Lead, presented similar updates for their teams. McMillen also explained how the Huron Research Suite will complement Workday to meet the needs of research administration.
The event also featured remarks from ATP’s Executive Sponsors, Interim Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration at UW–Madison Rob Cramer and Vice President for Administration at UW System Administration Jim Langdon, who emphasized the need to transform administrative operations across all UW System campuses.
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Watch the Update
00:00 – Introduction and ATP Overview – Nick Tincher
04:56 – Executive Sponsor Remarks – Rob Cramer and Jim Langdon
Program Operations – Nick Tincher
13:54 – Where is ATP now?
19:23 – Workday update
21:47 – System Implementation (SI) Partner functions
24:49 – Staffing update
Updates for Administrative Areas
28:38 – Business process redesign methodology – Susie Maloney
34:10 – Finance update – Susie Maloney
36:16 – Human Resources update – Patrick Sheehan and Allison Niles
42:22 – Research Administration update – Kurt McMillen
Questions and Answers
47:19 – Questions from audience answered by Nick Tincher