June 17, 2015, by Ryan Neal
What is Project Transform?
That’s a good question. The project is huge, covering the whole student journey. And it’s difficult to give people a sense of just how much the project will cover, and how far reaching its effects will be.
With that in mind, University Executive Board formulated a vision for the whole project; something that would guide the developments around the University’s people, processes and technology. But also something that would give an overview of its intended outcomes — a vision of what the University would look like once the project was complete.
“Developing the culture and technology to allow the University to operate globally, deliver locally and engage personally — wherever you work or study. Project Transform will provide tools, information and services to help students and staff to work to the very best of their abilities. Seamless, efficient and responsive — part of a global network of services and support that can be accessed at any time, anywhere, from any device.”
To help people get a sense of what the project will do, we’ve produced a short video of key UEB members introducing Project Transform. Here, David Greenaway, Karen Cox (the project sponsor) and Sarah O’Hara talk about the changes it will bring to the University.
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