IT Restructuring and Consolidation: Lessons Learned in Cost-Reduction Initiatives

Wednesday, October 31 | 2:30PM–3:15PM MT | Mile High Ballroom 2A/3A, Ballroom Level
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Interactive Presentation
Efficiency and effectiveness are key attributes of successful IT organizations. Resource constraints, combined with the increased dependency on IT by virtually every aspect of modern universities, are driving more IT organizations to undertake IT efficiency initiatives. Outcomes from two institutions that have completed major consolidation efforts will be discussed.

Outcomes: Learn the methodology for conducting a similar transformation at your institution * Understand how to initiate internal and external collaborations that ensure that key stakeholders are included in the planning process * Gain insights from the lessons learned, as many institutions are addressing similar resource constraints


  • Mark Askren

    Leadership Coach, MOR Associates, Inc.
  • Romy Bolton

    Director of Projects - Trust and Identity, Internet2
  • Steve Fleagle

    CIO and Associate Vice President, The University of Iowa
  • Kimberly Harper

    Assistant Vice President, IT Strategy & Planning, University of Nebraska
  • Mary LaGrange

    Associate Vice Chancellor, University of Nebraska - Lincoln

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  • IT Restructuring and Consolidation Lessons Learned in CostReduction Initiatives

    Updated on 11/26/2019