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1

Input

Spring

You let us know your needs through a system-wide survey and individual stakeholder meetings. Everyone can participate in this step by filling out the system-wide IT Feeback Survey, at any time of the year.

2

Decision

Summer

Feedback gathered in the input phase is synthesized and shared with University and IT leaders to inform decision making.

IT Leaders and Liaisons

Chancellors, Deans, VPs

Decisions

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IT leaders and liaisons synthesize demand

IT leaders and liaisons, with assistance from the greater community, synthesize the data collected from the input survey and the individual meetings.

Chancellors, Deans, and Vice Presidents

IT leaders and liaisons meet with the University’s chancellors, deans, and vice presidents, share the list of common themes, and gather feedback.

Preliminary Priorities

Preliminary priorities are solidified as they move into the compact process for funding.

4

Execution

Winter

Based on the feedback, IT leaders determine priorities that will be implemented in a variety of ways.

  1. 1

    IT planning budget and compact processes

  2. 2

    Formal and informal communities of practice

  3. 3

    IT advisory boards

  4. 4

    Communications campaigns

3

Funding

Fall

The finalized priorities are shared with the University and the budgeting process and project planning begins.

Institutional Compact Process

Local IT priorities enter the compact process for individual unit leadership to advance in the near future.

More information at budget.umn.edu

Non-Compact Priorities Implementation

System-wide IT priorities (such as expanding wireless across campus) are funded for immediate implementation. These are items we can act on quickly that will positively impact the entire institution.

IT Governance Process

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