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Using a Software Implementation Project as a Vehicle for Cultural Change on a Large Campus
January 1, 2002

This session describes how a rapidly changing urban university used a multiyear implementation of an enterprise-wide software package to help tear down university silos, get groups of people workin…

Getting Organized
January 1, 1995

The Information Age demands a transition to empowered employees. The Information Age demands a transition to empowered employees. …

EDUCAUSE Southwest Regional Conference Think Stop #2
March 3, 2008

EDUCAUSE Southwest Regional Conference Think Stop #2 Question: How do we move from working in reactive mode and into proactive mode? Responses: Moving from reactive to proactive req…

The New `Business' of Higher Education
January 1, 2000

Leaders in higher education must address change as they would any other managerial challenge, and they must recognize that new markets and the appeal to new money require completely new organizatio…

Peak Performance and Organizational Transformation: An Interview with Charles Garfield
January 1, 1999

Charles Garfield is the author of the widely acclaimed "Peak Performance" trilogy. The three books, which focus on high-performing individuals, teams and organizations, are a blueprint f…

2007 Enterprise Conference: The Changing Role of Enterprise Systems: From EDI to Internet Icons
June 14, 2007

The opening keynote address from the 2007 EDUCAUSE Enterprise Conference in Chicago, Illinois. This speech was given by Kenneth C. Green , Founding Director of the Campus Computing Project …

MSCALES -- A Broadbanding Approach for Information Technology Professionals
January 1, 1996

This paper focuses the compensation component of a comprehensive and integrated organizational change solution. Its purpose is to change IT organizations from technology to customer focused. MSCA…

Restructuring the Information Technology Organization To Improve User Services and Return on Investment: Do Compromises Work?
January 1, 1995

In the last several years, Central Michigan University reached a level of technological growth, excitement, and frustration that forced significant changes in both the information technology infras…

Organizational and Technological Strategies for Higher Education in the Information Age
January 1, 1994

Professional Paper #13. The authors examine five key areas of change impacting higher education administration: funding sources, public expectations and state mandates, consumer expectations, evolv…

A Model For Change
January 1, 1993

This presentation will describe an IT provider's model for change. 1.) Initially the IT provider implements and operates new technology. As the technology is mastered and becomes stable in the…


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