ER: Owner Addition For Succession Plan To Be Enhanced And Owner Management In Excel

(Doc ID 2216407.1)

Last updated on MARCH 15, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Talent Review Cloud Service - Version 11.1.11.1.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

On : 11.1.11.1.0 version, Talent Review

ER: Owner Addition for Succession Plan to be enhanced and owner management in excel

Issue: Unable to add / transfer User Groups or Roles as Owners of Succession Plan.
The specific risks are that with HR staffing changes, historical data will not be able to be accessed within the system.
Historical data is essential in a Succession process. A benefit of the HRIS is to eliminate paper records and records outside of the system from a security perspective.
HR will not be able to service the business for historical information enquiries and single point of dependencies will be created on staff who were setup as “owners”.
As HR is an active promoter of career development, their staff may still be in HR roles but not in roles that have accountability for T&S.
Staff who are seconded to will be unable to assist in Talent & Succession work. I.e. REAL Example: Maternity Leave cover for Manager, OD&C.
It will have impact in Talent Review meeting as Talent Pools are visible there as well but this would improve solution on the whole and it will make it more dynamic.

Proposed Solution: User can have few abstract roles such as Line Managers, Employees, etc. who can view succession plans. Additionally, Oracle can allow users to add either Job Role and User Group.
This will make system more robust and less person dependent.
For instance, User can create a Job Role QSuper Executive Job Role and add it to HR Managers who can then view succession plans.
In future if one person leaves and new person joins in user do not need to change all owner rather just attach this role.
Additionally it is recommended to have Excel template to manage Succession Plan Owners.
This will help all client to manage Owners very effectively.
For instance user want to add one role / group / user to all succession plans or remove for all succession plans it can be easily managed.
User now have 50+ Succession Plans and it is increasingly becoming difficult to manage without such basic functionalities.
 

Solution

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