Session 2

Date: Thursday, November 2, 2006
Time: 10:00 - 10:40 a.m.


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Title: HR Metrics, CLC and The Human Capital

Location: Michigan Union - Anderson A

Description: Incorporating HR decision data and metrics into the business of human resources has been the “new frontier” for the HR profession for the past several years. The emergence of the concept of Business Intelligence has “upped the ante” in the collection and use of decision data to create knowledge leading to more effective workforce management strategies.
In this session, the presenters will discuss human resource business intelligence at Michigan including the 4th year of the HR metrics web-based toolkit, the latest edition of an enterprise-wide Human Capital Report, courses to educate HR professionals and plans for the future. They will spotlight some of the key human capital trends at Michigan. And you will have an opportunity to “get on board” by signing up for access to the metrics web-based toolkit and training.

Presenters:

Phil Smith
pasmith@umich.edu
HRAA
Senior Director, HR Strategy and Planning

Gary Uptigrove
garyupti@umich.edu
HRAA
Human Resource Records and Information Systems Manager

Session Handouts: HR Metrics, CLC ant the Human Capital Report Presentation


Title: eMploy - A Decentralized Approach for Unit Roll-Out

Location: Michigan Union - Anderson B

Description: This presentation describes and shares the process MAIS engaged in to implement eMploy in a fully decentralized model to all line managers. Topics will include stakeholder involvement, business process re-design, and lessons learned. 

Presenter:

Amy Grier
amyand@umich.edu
MAIS
Human Resource Director

Session Handouts: eMploy - A Decentralized Approach for Unit Roll-Out Presentation


Title: Overview of BI (Business Intelligence) On Campus

Location: Michigan Union - Anderson C

Description: This presentation will briefly outline the history of Business Intelligence (BI) at U-M over the last few years, where it is now and where we hope to be in the next few years. BI encompasses the processes, tools, and technologies required to transform enterprise data into information, and information into knowledge to enhance decision-making and to create actionable plans that drive effective business activity. BI can be used to acquire strategic and tactical insight.

Presenters:

Shane Fortune
sfortune@umich.edu
School of Business Administration
Business Intelligence Manager

John Gohsman
jgohsman@umich.edu
MAIS
Director, HRMS & Student Administration

Session Handouts: Overview of BI (Business Intelligence) On Campus Presentation


Title: Charging Ahead: The Future of PCard

Location: Michigan Union - Anderson D

Description: Find out what's new with PCard!! This session will cover such topics as the new approval process, entering ATM transactions into the system, new reporting options on your PCard statement, PCard reports that you may be unaware of, and other tips & tricks.

Presenters:

Gladys Sprunk
gsprunk@umich.edu
Development Budget & Admininstration
Development Business Coordinator

Todd Ayotte
ayotte@umich.edu
MAIS
Business Systems Analyst, Financials & Physical Resource Systems

Session Handouts: Charging Ahead: The Future of PCard Presentation


Title: Voucher How-to: The Top Five Questions Answered About Non-PO Vouchers

Location: Michigan Union - Pond A

Description: This session will review the top five questions asked about payables data and outline tips and techniques for handling it.

Presenters:

Carolynn Blankenship
cblanken@umich.edu
Vendor Maintenance and Key Entry, Procurement, Logistics and Business Services
Payables and eBilling - Supervisor

Jackie Creager
jcreager@umich.edu
MAIS
Business Systems Analyst, Financials & Physical Resource Systems

Session Handouts: The Top Five Questions Answered About Non-PO Vouchers Presentation


Title: Identity Management and Access Provisioning: An Update on the Enterprise Directory Services Project

Location: Michigan Union - Pond B

Description: This session will provide an update on the Enterprise Directory Services project. Offices will learn about the key deliverables and timeline for the project and will gain an understanding of how the Enterprise Directory will improve campus processes for creating and managing identities, and managing access to University and departmental resources.

Presenter:

Liz Salley
salley@umich.edu
MAIS
Product Manager, Campus Community

Session Handouts: Identity Management and Access Provisioning Presentation


Title: Financial Aid Awards and Emcumbrances - Useful Information For Financial Reconcilers

Location: Michigan Union - Pond C

Description: Have you wondered where the source financial aid data resides in M-Pathways when you areattempting to reconcile student aid transactions? Are you interested in encumbrance tracking - both to understand current functionality and to voice your vision for the future? If you answered yes to either question, this session is for you!

Presenters:

James Roane
jroane@umich.edu
MAIS
Business Systems Analyst

Karl Dietrich
karlmd@umich.edu
MAIS
Business Systems Analyst

Session Handouts: Financial Aid Awards and Emcumbrances - Useful Information For Financial Reconcilers Presentation


Title: Teaching Support - What Tools Are Available For Instructors and Advisors

Location: Michigan Union - Wolverine A & B

Description: This presentation will cover all the features available in Teaching Support: Class Rosters, Grade Entry, Assign Proxies, Faculty Schedules, Faculty Calendars, and View My Advisees. It includes demos of student photos, degree audit reports, e-mail functionality, and links to CTools.

Presenters:

Lisa Emery
emeryl@umich.edu
MAIS
Systems Business Analyst, Student Records, Curriculum & Academic Advising

Mary Gohsman
mgohsman@umich.edu
MAIS
Systems Business Analyst, Student Records, Curriculum & Academic Advising

Kortney Briske
kbriske@umich.edu
Office of the Registrar
Associate University Registrar

Session Handouts:

Teaching Support Handout

Teaching Support Presentation


Title: Improving Student Service with Web Application Status

Location: Michigan Union - Wolverine C

Description: New M-Pathways functionality allows departments to display the status of an admission application to applicants including credentials missing or received, admissions recommendations and decisions, and the ability for applicants to accept or decline an offer of admission on-line.  Departments using this feature have reported reduced phone and email volume from anxious applicants.

Presenter:

Christopher Gale
galec@umich.edu
Communication Studies
Graduate Program Coordinator

Session Handouts:

Improving Student Service with Web Application Status Presentation

Improving Student Service with Web Application Status Sample Report


 
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