I had the honor and pleasure of entertaining (I hope) some 60 people at #SAPTechEd09 this year in Phoenix with my presentation of how and why we implemented a couple of simple workflow solutions to ensure data integrity in the face of organizational change.
As the ASUG Workflow and BPM Special Interest Group Chair, it is my pleasure to once again offer this material in a Webcast.
The abstract is as follows:
User provisioning and decommissioning is a fact of life – one that is often overlooked in workflow implementations. This oversight can cost the company in terms of workflow administration, reliability, security, and compliance. Users are allowed to carry authorizations, roles, and custom relationships from one job to the next. Substitutes are frustrated when they see that departed colleagues can access their inboxes. This case study focuses on the decommissioning of users from two separate angles – from a position transfer in the HCM organization structure, where a person sometimes must have various roles and authorizations delimited – to the removal of roles, authorizations, and substitutions from the user ID perspective. The implementation of two relatively simple workflows has alleviated many pain points in the area of workflow infrastructure integrity.
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See you Tuesday (virtually, of course)