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July 13, 2015, by Ryan Neal

Process Design update

Over the past few months our Process Design team has been working through the details of Project Transform’s in-scope processes. In this blog post we will be catching up with the team and finding out what stage they are at at the moment.

Following on from the high level process mapping completed in December 2014 and shared via Workspace in January, the Process Design team has been developing these processes, incorporating what has been learnt about Campus Solutions.

The team has been working alongside Ciber colleagues over the past few months to compare the system’s functionality with our vision of future processes, to learn how the system works and to decide how best to configure it to meet our needs.

For GoLive 2, the updated processes are now nearing completion and will be shared with colleagues in Schools and Departments over the next few weeks. To collect feedback we will be using the Blueworks process modeller, a collaborative tool which will enable comments to be easily provided and tracked, building on the approach adopted at the end of last year. In addition, workshops, small sessions and/or one-to-one meetings will be arranged, depending on the requirements of each School or Department – we will be contacting colleagues in the near future to arrange these.

The Process Design Team will also be hosting demos to share what has been delivered so far in the build of the new system.

For GoLive 3, the more detailed processes will be shared with colleagues over the next three months and we will be contacting individuals to run feedback sessions for these in the near future.

Thanks to Process Manager Rebecca Disney-Scott for sharing the above insights. To stay up-to-date with the goings-on in Project Transform, subscribe to the blog.

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