Study Group Charges

Campus-wide budgeting study group

This group is being created to provide targeted and focused review of operational models and approaches to university budgeting systems. I ask that Lori Worm serve as the facilitator of the study group for the purposes of planning and schedule.

The new group is made up of Lori Worm, associate vice chancellor of administrative services; M. Ryan Haley, professor of economics; Fred Yeo, dean of the College of Education and Human Services; and John Koker, dean of the College of Letters and Science.

View the Chancellor Study Group charge for the Budgeting Group (PDF).

View the Chancellor Study Group for Campus-wide Budgeting white paper (PDF)

Core business processes and fiscal management study group

This group is being created to provide a targeted and focused review of best practices to increase efficiency and effectiveness related to core business processes and fiscal management. Currently, there are a large number of employees throughout the campus with these responsibilities. I ask that Lori Worm serve as the facilitator of the study group for the purposes of planning and scheduling.

View the core business processes and fiscal management study group charge (PDF)

 

Integrated marketing communications study group

This group is being created to provide targeted and focused review of functional models and approaches to an integrated communications strategy at UW Oshkosh. I ask that Jamie Ceman serve as the facilitator of the study group for the purposes of planning and schedule.

During the course of this work, please thoroughly investigate and review IMC models and approaches in use at comparable institutions that are seeing success. This review may include visits to other campuses to review operational practices being used. Your work will be conveyed to me in the form of a report.

View the integrated marketing communications study group charge (PDF)

 

Information technology study group

Information technology is a strategic asset that enables institutional mission and success. It is also a significant investment for an institution with inherent risk. IT organizations are structured, and periodically restructured, in a variety of models to leverage effectiveness, optimize efficiency, and manage risk. The IT organization and strategies at UW Oshkosh have not been reviewed for some time. In this era of increased expectations for efficiency, it is important that we structure our IT investments for optimal use.

This group is being created to provide targeted and focused review of organizational models and approaches to technology strategy at UW Oshkosh. The goal of this study is to optimize the competing needs for operational efficiency, strategic effectiveness, constituent satisfaction and risk management. I ask that Anne Milkovich serve as the facilitator of the study group for the purposes of planning and schedule.

View the information technology chancellor’s study group charge (PDF)

View the draft information technology white paper (PDF)