Tag: project team

6 Proven Strategies for Implementing Faculty-Focused Software – video

Thinking about a new faculty-focused software solution, but feel overwhelmed at the prospect of an implementation? Learn what’s worked for your peers from Digital Measures Professional Services Team Lead Megan Sullivan. Using examples from universities like yours, Megan will walk you through six key strategies for making your next implementation project a success: Continue reading “6 Proven Strategies for Implementing Faculty-Focused Software – video”

4 Keys to Building a Successful Project Team – video

Whether you’re at the idea stage for a new campus initiative or you’ve crafted a detailed plan, you need the right project team to get your initiative across the finish line. Leveraging examples from successful project teams among our clients, Brett Bernsteen, Senior Project Consultant, shared four keys to empowering a team to support your campus initiative during a recent webinar. Watch the video below to learn how to:

  • Successfully initiate a project with your core team
  • Identify and fill critical project stakeholder roles
  • Motivate and monitor your project team
  • Lead your project team to the finish line

This resource guide includes templates used in the webinar, as well as links to additional resources.

3 Best Practices for Creating a Successful Project Team

Choosing a faculty activity reporting solution is a big decision. And it’s common that universities underestimate the resources that go into implementing, maintaining and maximizing the potential of their system. That’s why a project team should be involved from the very beginning. A project team will increase your university’s success with adoption, help faculty realize the value of the system and ensure that no one is overwhelmed with the responsibility of launching the solution. Here are a few things to think about to ensure you build a successful project team. Continue reading “3 Best Practices for Creating a Successful Project Team”