WSU Workday Project Status Dashboard May 22 2019

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WSU Workday Project Status Dashboard May 22 2019 Architect Deliverables Current Status April Status

WSU Workday Project Status Dashboard May 22 2019 Architect Deliverables Current Status April Status Overall Project Pulse Mar. Functional / Technical Data Gathering Discovery Workbooks Foundation Data Model (FDM) Schedule Business Process Documentation Business Process Workbooks Gap Definition Documents Design Workshops & Artifacts Conversion Data Conversion Strategy Data Conversion Mapping Integrations & Reporting Integration Approach Integration Control Inventory Reporting Approach Reports Inventory Crosswalk Individual Integration Designs Scope Resources Budget Key Accomplishments Key Planned Activities (over next four weeks) • Approval on two deliverables • Held Sustainment Lab with Modernization Leadership to define future state support governance and organization • BP workshops will be completed on May 23 • Started configuring Prototype 1 (P 1) tenant • Built detailed schedule for the Customer Confirmation Session • Reviewing upcoming project stage with Modernization Leadership • Start P 1 conversion activities • Finalize Customer Confirmation session schedule and approach • Wrap-up approvals on deliverables related to the Business Process workshops, Gaps document, and other artifacts • Continue Integration and Report design work Collection of Use Tax Leadership Alignment Strategy Change Readiness Assessment Approach Current Project Status Summary Risk Description Change Management April. High Risk Snapshot Due Date Action Determining Impact WSU is one of the few public higher education institutions in the country that is subject to sales and use tax. We are solutioning options to handle this feature. End User Training Strategy Test Strategy Complete On track Focus Needed / Behind Schedule Attention Required / Significant Issues Not Schedule to Start / (Start Month) Note: risk counts not reflective of ISG’s report issued on their May report