HRIS Project Readiness Workshop
HRIS Project Readiness Workshop
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A successful HRIS implementation depends on how well you can communicate a company-wide vision to all stakeholders.
Identifying and empowering the right people starts with understanding who has influence and who can sponsor the required changes. Securing buy-in relies on achieving robust knowledge of what each person can add to the project and what they stand to gain from it.
Our project readiness workshop will provide you with a collection of tools that’ll make light-work of managing their competing demands.
"Carefully managing your internal stakeholders is much like a game of chess. It involves creative thinking, pattern recognition, patience, problem solving, and most importantly of all, second-guessing your opponent."
Who will benefit from a project readiness workshop?
Specially designed for organisations new to HRIS Implementation, or those for which their last implementation is already a distant memory, this one-day, intensive-crash course will lay the foundation for your project planning success.
Recommended participants for this full-day, onsite workshop include your internal project manager, project sponsor, HR stakeholders, workforce management stakeholders and payroll stakeholders.
Our Project Readiness Workshop covers
We'll cover all seven stages of implementation, including the how, who and when. From planning and discovery, through to configuration, testing, end user training and roll-out, all the way to post-implementation.
Roles & Responsibilities
HRIS implementation teams are comprised of many roles, each with its own responsibilities. Ensure that all parties are aware of their place in the project and what is expected of them in order to achieve success.
Mapping and analysing stakeholders is essential to the success of any project. We'll help you identify the differing personalities within the business along with the best way to engage them throughout your digitisation journey.
Planning for change involves communicating with key stakeholders before, during and after HRIS implementation. We'll help you determine how to do this and engage effectively with the business.
Testing and Roll Out
There are five key steps to creating a clear and robust testing strategy that will ensure your new or upgraded HRIS meets your requirements, with as few errors or bugs as possible.
Barriers to Success
Ensure you're aware of any potential barriers to the success of your new or upgraded HRIS: from project fatigue to competing priorities or gaps in functionality. Having strategies in place to mitigate these risks is vital.
End User Training
From online user guides, demo taster sessions, classroom and video training, to involving system champions in UAT, we'll run through effective ways to safeguard the success of your new HRIS.
Accurate data migration is a key step to maximising the benefits of your HRIS. We'll help you build a plan for a successful data migration, taking into consideration the costs and effort involved in doing so.
Identify success measures that are relevant for each stage of the project - and relate them to your goals for recruitment, onboarding, performance management, L&D, payroll and more.
Our experienced consultants will spend a full day on site, with up to ten delegates for just £1500+VAT, helping you plan for project success.