Defining Workload Models

In Lifecycle Management, Administrators can add workloads when creating a rank. The term Workload refers to a customizable, dedicated text label used to record the agreed upon workload allocation for an individual faculty member.

This allows you to track workload obligations, and facilitates transparency and consistency between faculty and administration concerning expectations of how faculty will spend their working hours.

Note: For this initial release of Lifecycle Management, the workload models field is NOT computational, and is currently not meant to achieve "weighted" workload modeling.

Select "Workloads" from the left-hand navigation bar

This opens the "Workload" page, where you can view, edit, and add workload models

Click "Add Workload Model"

Enter the name and description of the workload model

The workload model you add can now be used when creating a rank

The workload model you create will now appear as a selectable option in the drop down list of workloads a user sees when creating a rank.

The description of the workload you created will display when that workload is selected during the process of creating a rank