Totara Academy; Managing Hierarchies
In a Talent Experience Platform, the content you need to access is often dependent on your role, sub-organisation, or geographical location. This is especially important when you need detailed compliance reporting and data analysis from your performance and learning management system(s). Many of Chambury's Dynamic Info Blocks use Totara's organisational and positional hierarchies to enable real time dynamic reporting across URPs.
Having this information readily available in the TXP also allows you to automate learning and performance activities and determine audience membership. This can be used to personalise your site to a user’s needs.
in Totara, this is where hierarchies come in ...
Hierarchies are used to map out the structure of your positions (the types of roles people do) and your organisations (such as regions, offices or departments). Essentially, the structure of what people do and where they do it.
Totara's HR Import functionality allows you to easily update and manage your hierarchies
Watch this video which looks at creating a position hierarchy. The steps are the same for adding organisation hierarchies and competence frameworks as well.
This video is taken from the Totara Academy course -Positions, organisations and job assignments V13-V14.
There are detailed steps on the Totara Help site that you can also use for;
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