We just had our kitchen remodeled. It looks great now, but the the entire process took a lot of time and patience. There were so many things I had to have an opinion on—light fixtures, drawer handles, appliances, tile. It was tempting to give in to decision fatigue, but fortunately, we had a great contractor who held us accountable. He was meticulous. Every detail was deliberate, and his plan carefully validated every important step—plumbing, wiring, structural integrity—before moving on. That level of organization takes more than time and talent, it takes preparation.
Preparation. Whether it’s to scrutinize remodel designs or to face your next challenge in work or life, how to plan for what’s ahead and assemble the resources to tackle it is critical to your success.
Whether you’re going live with Workday for the first time, or this is the third or even fourth time you’ve deployed additional Workday products, the process requires thorough preparation. And, when you’re a growing organization where people’s time is precious and every decision matters, deploying new enterprise technology can be intimidating. But with the proper planning, the transition can be smooth, efficient, and successful.
We’ve created a practical guide to help our customers think about how to plan for and prepare to deploy new enterprise technology. This isn’t just applicable to our new customers, it’s also an important refresher for those deploying additional Workday products. Here are some highlights: