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Spring 2016 Project Prioritization Results are in!

The ITS Project Prioritization cycle for Spring 2016 has been completed and the results communicated to the proposers. The Steering Committee received a total of 16 project proposals, of which 11 have been recommended to, and approved by, the University Cabinet; the remaining five require further information and/or resources and are not being scheduled at this time. Each proposal was reviewed and scored using the rubric developed specifically for this purpose, and staff resource requirements assessed by ITS, in order to determine the final selection.

 
Read on to learn what's happening with this cycle's project proposals!
 
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Project Prioritization Results - Spring 2016

The results of the Spring 2016 Project Prioritization cycle are in! To learn how your project(s) fared, click the name(s) in the list below to go to the detailed results. You'll find individual project scores on the individual project portfolio pages linked in the detailed entries; the overall project scores can be viewed in this graph.

Consolidation & Coordination of ACAC Services

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May

Spring 2016 Project Prioritization Cycle is Open!

The ITS project prioritization proposal cycle for Spring 2016 is now open! As a reminder, ITS Project Prioritization is for projects or process improvement initiatives that will require more than 20 hours of ITS time and the efforts of two or more ITS staff.  Detailed information about how to submit a proposal, along with a full description of the process, can be found on the ITS Project Office website at /its/project-proposal-process. The deadline for submitting proposals is 8:00am on Monday March 28, 2016.

 

 Read on for more on how to submit your proposal using the new web-based forms.

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Project Prioritization Results - Fall 2015

The results of the Fall 2015 Project Prioritization cycle are in! To learn how your project(s) fared, click the name(s) in the list below to go to the detailed results. You'll find individual project scores on the individual project portfolio pages linked in the detailed entries; the overall project scores can be viewed in this graph.

Absence Management Report

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December

Project Requests

If you didn’t submit a proposal in the last cycle, be aware that ITS has introduced a new web-based project request form. The new form follows a very similar approach to the old PDF form, but there are certain differences you need to be aware of, so please download and review this short guide before you start your first submission using this tool.

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August

Fall 2014 ITS Project Prioritization Results

The documents listed below provide the details behind the results of the Fall 2014 project prioritization cycle; just click on the document name to display or download the content.

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Brown Bag Session: Establishing and Using Metrics to Improve Processes

Date: Friday October 24, 2014

Time: 11:00am-Noon

Location: Gist Hall 211C (Lab)

Session Leader: Josh Smith

Did the changes we made to our processes make a difference? Did they really improve things?

If the criteria for measuring success are not set before you start down the road of improving a business process, it's impossible to know for sure whether those improvements met your goals. Setting clearly defined indicators (aka metrics) can help to both motivate teams and measure success.

This session will cover:

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October

Brown Bag Session: Process Terminology

Date: Friday September 26, 2014

Time: Noon-1pm

Location: Gist Hall 211C (Lab)

Session Leader: Phil Rouse

When you’re working through business processes, it’s all too easy to slip into jargon and acronyms that, while they are second nature to you, may be misunderstood by or completely incomprehensible to others involved with the process. This Brown Bag session will discuss strategies to clarify the language and terminology used to identify and describe business processes.

We’ll cover topics like:

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September

The ITS Project Office Team

Meet the folks who make up your ITS Project Office team:

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July

Welcome new project coordinator Billie Herman

Q  You've had a pretty varied career. Do you think project management has been a natural part of your career evolution?

 

Billie Herman joined the IT Project Office today as a project coordinator alongside Sabre Stacey, filling our last empty seat. Here's a quick Q&A I did with her to give you all an idea of who she is and what she's about before you stop by to say "hi".

 
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