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In Workday, a business process is an automated workflow that routes tasks to designated users. These processes will improve student experience and make operations more consistent and efficient.
Members will provide input on decisions, changes, and faculty support needs.
These sessions are the first of five throughout the project that will ensure an understanding of the effects of key changes on our culture, people, roles, processes, policies and systems.
Experts from across the university are ensuring quality data for Workday Student.
Academic units are the primary organizational structure in Workday Student. They are used to represent schools, divisions or any other unit that admits students, offers programs of study or offers courses. Academic units are structured together to manage academic process flows, security access, Workday rule inheritance and reporting.
Schools and units will retire their individual advising systems to create a unified experience for students and advisors across the university.
Jane Largen-Ruzicka, director of WashU’s Data Governance Office (DGO), shares her passion for data governance and her vision of its role at WashU.
The Student Sunrise project works with the Data Governance Office (DGO) to enhance and better organize our student data.
These Student Sunrise project team members serve as liaisons between our schools/academic units and the project.
Project’s scope extends beyond technological transformation, examines tools, processes, policies and structures that support our academic mission