Presentation on theme: "E-Biz Forum 2002 E-Business Forum May 16, 2002 Steve Relyea Vice Chancellor – Business Affairs University of California, San Diego."— Presentation transcript:
E-Biz Forum 2002 E-Business Forum May 16, 2002 Steve Relyea Vice Chancellor – Business Affairs University of California, San Diego
E-Biz Forum 2002 This Morning’s Session A Brief Reminder of Architecture An Update on Progress Lessons Learned
E-Biz Forum 2002 Drivers & Assumptions Unprecedented Growth of Enrollments: 65,000 More Students Admin Resources Will Not Increase In Proportion to Campus Growth Increase in Complexity of Fed & State Relationship
E-Biz Forum 2002 On May 14, 2002, California Budget Released for 2002/03: –$24 Billion Shortfall, out of $80 Billion Total Budget –Cut of $162 Million to Univ. of California Programmed Univ. of California Growth Will Happen No Increase in Fees for 8 th Consecutive Year What Has Changed?
E-Biz Forum 2002 Page 7 of Report A New Business Architecture for UC
E-Biz Forum 2002 Page 7 of Report Integration of business transactions with policies, guidance, and training A New Business Architecture for UC
E-Biz Forum 2002 Page 7 of Report Establish UC as a competitive employer and provide staff the tools to succeed A New Business Architecture for UC
E-Biz Forum 2002 Page 7 of Report Redesign Processes to facilitate getting work done rather than cover all potential transactions A New Business Architecture for UC
E-Biz Forum 2002 Page 7 of Report Authenticate, authorize, provide effective tools A New Business Architecture for UC
E-Biz Forum 2002 Page 7 of Report A New Business Architecture for UC Employ emerging standards to improve integration of financial data
E-Biz Forum 2002 Page 7 of Report A New Business Architecture for UC Embed performance metrics into the way UC conducts its business and strengthen financial controls
E-Biz Forum 2002 Campus Portal Development (SNAP, MyUCDavis, Blink, e-Berkeley, My.UCLA, etc.) Content Management Software Vendor Selection Underway Common Authentication / Authorization Software Vendor Selection Underway Multi Campus Collaboration to Develop Directory Standards Explore role of Web Services, XML, cXML Current NBA Initiatives: Infrastructure
E-Biz Forum 2002 KPMG Study on e-Procurement Strategies First Campus Implementation: UCLA Identification of top Commodity Groups, University- wide Strategic Sourcing Initiative Reviewing Best Practices at Institutions Current NBA Initiatives: e-Procurement
E-Biz Forum 2002 KPMG Study on HRIS, Develop Pilot at UCB Development of Streamlined Web-Based Travel Processes at Campuses Workload Reduction Pilot, Performance Metrics Cost Sharing and Other Streamlined Research Support Processes at Campuses Current NBA Initiatives: Processes
E-Biz Forum 2002 Campus initiatives using NBA principles as catalyst for streamlining service delivery and moving applications to the Web, e.g. –UC Davis (www.nba.davis.edu) –UC Santa Cruz (www.nba.ucsc.edu) AVC NBA Forum to pursue University-wide opportunities for policy / process simplification Current NBA Initiatives: Processes
E-Biz Forum 2002 e-Recruitment Projects at Various Campuses New Exit Interview Processes Staff Training Initiatives at Campuses UC Leadership / Supervisory Training Development Current NBA Initiatives: People
E-Biz Forum 2002 Indiana University University of Delaware Arizona State University University of Washington University of Texas, Austin NBA Best Practices
E-Biz Forum 2002 Single Campus Initiatives are Easier than Multiple Campus Initiatives A Portal (By Itself) is Not the Answer Shift Thinking from Static Web Model Content is King Lessons Learned
E-Biz Forum 2002 Content Owners Web Masters P/P Experts vs. Communicators CFO/CIO Partnership Changing Roles: Lessons Learned
E-Biz Forum 2002 Resources & Competing Priorities Integration / Common Standards Across Organizations Exposure of Broken Processes Your Best Employees Will Not Tolerate Less Lessons Learned
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