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Oct 2nd, 2014
9:10 AM - 10:00 AM
Meeting Room W304F-H
Eastern Time
Transformative IT initiatives require sound governance, a commitment to community development, and transparent exchange of information. Panelists from Oklahoma Christian University and the Texas A&M University System will share best practices for evaluating and instituting shared-service delivery, including obtaining buy-in, defining stakeholder and business officer responsibilities, and generating repeatable outcomes.

OUTCOMES: Learn how to develop a staffing and organizational model to facilitate openness and agility * Learn how to use maturity models to strategically evaluate, expand, and measure IT investment * Learn how to engage business officers by building community and enabling information sharing

This recording will be publicly available 90 days after the conference ends. In the meantime, this resource is reserved exclusively for registered attendees.


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