Workday governance operations committee (WGOC)

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Workday Survey Fall 2019

Dear Claremont Colleges Faculty and Staff,

The Workday Governance Operations Committee (WGOC), formed in the summer of 2019, is seeking broad input from faculty and staff at The Claremont Colleges (TCCs) about their thoughts and experiences with Workday.  You can access the survey by using the link provided below.  The brief, 7-question survey should only take you a few minutes to complete. 

TCCs Workday Survey Fall 2019

This survey is anonymous and your participation is voluntary.  The survey results will provide broad TCC perspectives about Workday and will help to inform future plans.  The survey will close on Friday, November 15, 2019.

If you have any issues with the survey instrument, please contact Colleen Wynn, Director of Institutional Research at Claremont McKenna College, at


WGOC Members

Elisa Alban, Registrar, Pomona College

Mia Alonzo, Controller/AVP Financial Services, The Claremont Colleges Services

Jennifer Berklas, Assistant VP of Human Capital & Risk Management, Scripps College

Andrew Crawford, Director of Information Systems, Pomona College

Mabel Hanken, Director of Business Systems, The Claremont Colleges Services

Steven Holley, Vice President for Finance and Administration/Treasurer, The Claremont Colleges Services

Karen Lamb, Assistant Controller & Bursar, Pomona College

Jessica Levy, Assistant Director of User Services, Pitzer College

Scott Martin, Associate Vice President for Business Affairs/Assistant Treasurer, Harvey Mudd College

Patrick Moore, Director of Financial Aid, Scripps College

Erin Quillen, Director of Business Services, Keck Graduate Institute

Vickie Roberts, Director, Financial Operations & Chief Accountant, Pomona College

Crystal Rossetti, HR Associate, Keck Graduate Institute

Jeremy Whaley, Deputy CIO, The Claremont Colleges Services

Colleen Wynn, Director of Institutional Research, Claremont McKenna College

WGOC Guiding principles

Work toward ensuring that the needs of the end-users are met with an emphasis on usability. This includes a process to collect end-users input and feedback.

Leverage the capabilities of the Workday system to maximize the use of the tool.

Ensure that decisions and recommendations focus on what is best for The Claremont Colleges as a whole, while being mindful of the needs of the individual units.

Track, prioritize and document progress, challenges, decisions and recommendations through the use of a common project management tool which is transparent to the constituents.

Work using an open, transparent and outcomes-based methodology in conjunction with established best practices to guide our way.