IRP Engagement with the UBC Community

April 01, 2019

IRP is a significant undertaking and key to our success is engagement with the university community. It will affect how we do work in support of teaching, learning, and research.

To that end, we’ve completed a number of activities with faculty, staff, and subject matter experts (SME) for HR, Finance and Student business processes, and we've got much more planned in the coming months.

How We've Engaged to Date

Community Event

  • A Workday demo open to all faculty and staff was conducted in fall 2017.


People and Change: Dan Mathers

April 01, 2019

This month, we speak with Dan Mathers, Credit Card Program Lead, Customer Support Supply Management and Financial Operations.


The Road toward Human Resources and Finance Release 1

February 05, 2019

In July, the Human Resources and Finance teams kicked off their Architect stage, which is the second of five project stages toward their April 2020 implementation date.

In January, the Architect stage wrapped up.


Transition Network: Working Together for Success

December 13, 2018

UBC is a highly diverse and complex institution with multiple locations, cultures and stakeholder groups. To help people navigate the coming shift to Workday, the Integrated Renewal Program (IRP) will be working with a team of volunteers who represent students, faculties and VP units from across the university. This team, called the IRP Transition Network, will be our partners in:


Welcoming Our New Program Director

August 16, 2018

The Integrated Renewal Program and Executive Sponsors are pleased to announce Chris Mercer as the new Program Director, effective August 20, 2018.