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[Micronet] Streaming Live Now! Organizational Simplification Shared Services Forum

James Kent Dudek


Organizational Simplification Shared Services Forum

Friday, December 10, 2010

Time:   10am-12noon

 

Attend this forum online at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/operational-excellence-meetings-presentations.

 
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The Organizational Simplification initiative is comprised of two distinct components:
1. Restructuring of units to create a flatter, more effective organization
2. Designing shared service centers for delivery of common administrative functions in HR, finance, and IT
 
The Shared Services Design team is working on the second component.  A key part of the team’s work involves obtaining input from campus stakeholders and service recipients, and drawing upon the experience and expertise of our campus community. This forum is another opportunity for the team to share progress and hear from a wide range of constituencies.
 
The objectives of the forum are:
1.      Continue to engage campus regarding Shared Services.
2.      Solicit feedback on the work-to-date.
 
The content of the forum will include:
1.      Discussion of structure of service center models
2.      Discussion of possible customer groupings
 
 
Sincerely,
Organizational Simplification Shared Services Design Team

Please visit us at http://oe.berkeley.edu/orgsimp/index.shtml

 

 


 
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