Themes from IT now/future/critical issues discussions – Spring 2004>> Back to ETC home page <<
More than 100 members of nine campus-wide IT-related committees and groups received an overview of the campus’ IT strategic planning process and participated in a facilitated 30-60 minute activity during late March and early April 2004. During the activity, participants used post-its to describe IT resources and services at UC Berkeley right now and in five years, and worked in small groups to identify the most critical IT opportunities and challenges that UC Berkeley must take advantage of and/or address in the next few years in order to move from our current state to our desired future.
Themes from more than 100 campus IT committee members who responded to the question, “What are the first three descriptive words that come to mind when you think of IT resources and services at UC Berkeley RIGHT NOW?”
Themes for critical IT opportunities that UC Berkeley must take advantage of and critical IT challenges that we must address in order for the campus to move from our current state to our desired future.
Themes from more than
100 campus IT-related committee members who responded to the question, “What are the first three descriptive words that you would like to come to mind when you think of IT resources and services at UC Berkeley in FIVE YEARS?”
unaligned / uncoordinated
service & support
customer / user
focused & friendly
cutting edge / leading edge / state-of-the-art
excellent / exemplary
funded / well-funded
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