Readiness Review

Readiness Review 1
Is primarily for managers / supervisors to gauge how much they know about the upcoming changes. This review will focus on:
1. Supervisors and managers gage how much they know about the upcoming changes. Readiness measurements are introduced.
  • Introducing the measures
  • Setting expectations for all Readiness Reviews
  • Reporting current level of readiness and risk
Readiness Review 2
Is done during testing and will include a slightly larger group, including testers. This review will focus on:
2. A larger audience, including testers, complete the assessment. Progress towards deployment goals is measured.
  • A larger audience, including testers, complete the assessment. Progress towards deployment goals is measured.
  • Showing significant progress in reaching goals
  • Reporting current level of readiness and risk
READINESS REVIEW 3
Is done prior to deployment and will include a cross representation of managers, supervisors, testers, trainers and select employees from all shifts. This review will focus on: review will focus on:
3. A cross representation of all impacted areas complete the review. Assessment confirms areas are ready for deployment!
  • A cross representation of all impacted areas complete the review. Assessment confirms areas are ready for deployment!
  • Confirming readiness activities are complete
  • Reviewing operational contingency plans
  • Reporting current level of readiness and risk
  • Leadership confirming site is ready to deploy
Human Capital Management (HCM)
As the HCM project moves closer to deployment, the Readiness Review will be created and shared at that time.
Human Capital Management
General Ledger (Finance)
General Ledger (Finance)

The General Ledger (Finance) readiness review process starts in December 2017, with the final assessment scheduled a month prior to go-live.

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