Leadership & Governance

Led by the Associate Vice President of Enterprise Business Information Technology Solutions (eBITS), Dana Chapman, the Workday Implementation program is committed to engaging leadership and governance groups from across the University, including:

Workday Financial Transaction Steering Committee

The Workday Financial Transaction Steering Committee was formed in February 2019 as an official subgroup to the Council of University Business Officers.  The committee meets regularly to prioritize work, form working groups, set deadlines, and drive improvements related to financial data, training, documentation, reports, and process for Workday.

Stakeholder & Advisory Groups

The Workday program is leveraging many existing stakeholder groups and has formed some unique groups in order to help inform and advise the program on major decisions. Groups include:

Previous Governance

The Workday Steering Committee for Workday HCM and Payroll

The Workday Steering Committee, which was retired in December 2018, was the primary governing body and decision-making group for the implementation of Workday Human Capital Management (HCM) and Payroll. Formed by Senior Vice President and CFO Darrell Bazzell, the Steering Committee was led by Co-Chair Debra Kress, Associate Vice President of Human Resources, and Leslie Saucedo, Director of Payroll Services. The Steering Committee was comprised of a representative group of Chief Business Officers, Business Owners and Associated IT, Internal Audit, and Faculty.