Agenda

Leading Practices for PeopleSoft Selective Adoption

Track: Exhibitor

Session Number: 10541
Date: Tue, Mar 5th, 2024
Time: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Description:

This presentation looks to provide a detailed definition of PeopleSoft Selective Adoption and lay out the related components. Also, we will discuss how customers should organize their team and associated processes to take advantage of the continuous delivery of PUM images including rolling out new functionality.

We will discuss the Collection of PeopleTools that make up Selective Adoption: Change Assistant
PeopleSoft Update Manager (PUM), PeopleSoft Test Framework (PTF), Data Migration Workbench, and Usage Monitor.

This presentation will cover the key concepts of Selective Adoption related to Oracle’s change in the way they roll-out changes to PeopleSoft. Oracle is now moving to a Continuous Delivery Model rather than build up over 1 ½ -2 years of enhancements to push out as a major release. The frequency of these releases will require a solid strategy to deploy the desired functionality or risk the same challenges we encountered in the past with major release upgrades. We will discuss how the new model does not eliminate the typical activities associated with change or long term need to update the incrementally releases to the system. Our content will include recommendations for leading practices in Business Process related to the assessment and prioritization of desired feature release adoption with the functional users. Also, we will present on the need to Scheduling time for incremental changes verses periodic major changes and develop a sensible maintenance, testing and training strategies.

This session will differ from other presentations on PeopleSoft Selective Adoption by providing real life documentation on PUM Release Feature Function Identification, Annual Schedules for Maintenance & Feature Adoption, Flowchart Diagrams for PUM Image Review & Customization Retirement Review.

This Presentation is relevant to both functional business staff and technical staff involved with PeopleSoft applications (HCM, FSCM, CS, other) and / or PeopleTools.

Learning Objective 1:
Understand the PeopleSoft components related to Selective Adoption.

Learning Objective 2:
How to develop a transition strategy from a reactive PeopleSoft organization to a proactive organization.

Learning Objective 3:
Developing a roadmap and set schedule for adopting features and functions

Learning Objective 4:
Gain an awareness of the resources available and locations of information required to conduct the analysis related to the review and consideration of adopting new PeopleSoft features and function.

Sub-Categorization: Leading Change
Session Type: Presentation

Focus Area: Innovative Workplace
Session Length: Regular Length (60 min)
Cross Listed Areas: trk-1735
ERP Systems: Oracle
Knowledge Level: Advanced
Field of Study: Computer Software and Applications
CPE: No
Sub-Categorization: Leading Change
Session Type: Presentation

Focus Area: Innovative Workplace
Session Length: Regular Length (60 min)
Cross Listed Areas: trk-1735
ERP Systems: Oracle
Knowledge Level: Advanced
Field of Study: Computer Software and Applications
CPE: No