At some point you may find yourself taking over an instance of Workfront you didn’t initially set up. Would you know where to start? How would you uncover why things were implemented the way they were? Where would you find documentation and answers?
On February 15, 2023, Brandon Hamm, Head of Marketing Process and Platforms at Walgreens, Ryan Kirk, System Admin at RLI Insurance Company, and Jace Newbold, Workfront Consulting Manager (and former customer), will each share their experience in taking over a Workfront instance they didn’t have a hand in implementing.
Together they’ll cover:
UPDATE: This session is now available on-demand. You can access the recording here and a copy of the slides is attached. Here is also a link to the Inherited Instance Checklist we shared in the session. Thanks for all who joined us!
Nudge! This session is today! Even if you aren't actively taking over an instance, this will still be a FANTASTIC session with 3 Workfront Admins sharing their experience. We'll also be walking through the new Inherited Instance Checklist, which is a great asset for documenting and aligning stakeholders on the goals of your instance. Hope to see you!
I've been reviewing the checklist and one of the links isn't working in the document under workflows.
|Webinar: Process & Workflow Design|
I can't seem to find it in experience league - anyone have the URL?
I actually got it to work it had a double http in it:
But now, I'm wondering if it's the correct link. Is this the right webinar for Process and Workflow design? Title: System Admin Essentials: Getting Started with Resource Management
Great catch, @KellieGardner! I will ask that link to be fixed/updated. Here is the correct link:
[Webinar] System Admin Essentials: Workflow & Process Design
A question we got in the Q/A during this webinar was:
"What is your process for training? Do you do videos? Office Hours? How did you set up the structure?"
Training is such an important part of successful adoption. Training can be broken down into three main types, all of which are important for a new user in Workfront.
When I was a system admin I leveraged the online trainings provided by Workfront (Experience League), and I also partnered with stake-holders to build training videos and documentation that were process specific. We also held open office hours (myself and the power-users) for new teams that were just onboarding, but for one-off new users, I found that assigning a mentor (as stated in item #3 above), was most impactful.
My job is supposed to primarily be training, so I'm a believer in the training angle. However, even I underestimated how much training my users needed—both the new ones and existing ones. I still have work to do, but here's my general policy around training:
Over time I've been able to develop a library of sessions and communications to make training deployment easier.