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Andrew Hill, Office of Information Technology
Eric Schnell, Office of Equity and Diversity
In a higher education context, “Disruptive Innovation” is a product or service radically altering the University by (1) improving a product or service, designing it for a different set of users or (2) improving efficiency and/or effectiveness of existing operational processes or introducing new tools. An implementation road map will help alleviate associated growing pains related to introducing long-term long-term enterprise-wide change.
Change Management at the University of Minnesota, a 2006-07 President’s Emerging Leaders project, compares change management models informed by case studies on recent University-wide changes and put forward recommendations for implementing change at the University of Minnesota.
Building on these recommendations for change management at the University of Minnesota, the goal of this project is to develop a road map for implementing innovation by identifying resources currently available at the University while identifying gaps. The road map will be made available to innovators and change agents at all levels of the University and will be broadly adaptable to innovation across the Enterprise.
Program and Operations Manager
Institute for Health Informatics/AHC
Mentor: Meredith McQuaid
Capital Planning and Project Management
Mentor: Peter Radcliffe
Mentor: Thomas Sullivan
Information Technology Services Supervisor
Chemical Engineering and Material Science
Mentor: Ann Hill Duin
Mentor: Laurie McLaughlin