The Business Process Analysis Working Group (BPAWG) Presents:
“Organizational Simplification: Shared Services Design” (description below)
Thursday, October 21, 2010
3:00 - 4:30pm
60 Barrows Hall
This session will be streamed and archived at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/bpawg-at-berkeley
Members of the Organizational Simplification team.
Organizational Simplification is one of the seven initiatives in the campus wide program of Operational Excellence. Organizational Simplification is comprised of two components:
More information about the Organizational Simplification initiative, as well as other OE initiatives, can be found at the OE website: http://berkeley.edu/oe/ . In particular, you may want to review our FAQ http://berkeley.edu/oe/phase2/qa.shtml .
****Our Mission and Purpose****
BPAWG, a University of California, Berkeley campus staff organization, offers the UC community a forum for the discussion of business process analysis and associated methods, tools, and strategies. While each of the following is deserving of its own forum, BPAWG brings the UC community of interest together to discuss how these disciplines intersect, interact and add value to each other.
BPAWG meetings offer demonstrations, discussions and opportunities to meet with experts and colleagues working in these areas:
*Systems Analysis and Design
*User and Task Analysis
*Computer-Aided Analysis Tools
For more information about BPAWG, visit:
-- James Kent Dudek Business Systems Analyst Kuali Student - Student Service Systems 2 Hearst Gym University of California, Berkeley 510.501.3712 AIM: JamesKentDudek Skype: james.kent.dudek What is Kuali Student? http://student.kuali.org/ Business Process Analysis Working Group (BPAWG) http://stafforg.berkeley.edu/bpawg/ --
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