The Aurecon Group (Aurecon) is not your typical engineering firm. Self-described as an engineering, design and advisory company, “but not as you know it,” Aurecon takes pride in collaborating with its clients to shape and design a better future.
The company is also known for its ability to rethink traditional processes—or to “reimagine engineering.” With ambitious growth objectives, management realised that Aurecon’s ability to remain on the leading edge largely hinged upon digital transformation. Such a transformation would require implementing standardised, cloud-based platforms for everything from design processes to HCM functions. With operations across Australia, New Zealand, Asia, the Middle East and Africa, it would also call for empowering 7,500+ employees in 26 countries to learn whatever skills they needed in the moment, anywhere and on any device.
The existing learning management system (LMS) was a bottleneck to growth in many respects. It lacked mobile and self-service capabilities, was difficult to use, and it didn’t align with the proactive and self-driven operating model that HR leaders sought to achieve. Even more, it wasn’t integrated with the Workday HCM suite that the company had recently implemented as the foundational platform for its people journey.
We recognise that we can’t deliver on our aspirations around our client experience unless our employee experience aligns with that vision. - Liam Hayes Chief People Officer, Aurecon
Learn how Aurecon transformed their business by moving from their existing learning management system to Workday Learning allowing its transition to the fully integrated Workday HCM platform.
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