Reimagining IT: Transforming IT in Service to the 21st-Century University

Tuesday, November 13 | 4:00PM–4:45PM ET | November 13, 2018
Session Type: Virtual
IT organizations across all segments of higher education are faced with the continual challenge of balancing innovation with operational effectiveness. Fundamental changes across society, higher education, and technology are forcing us to rethink the role of information technology in service to today's college or university. How do we move beyond the perception of IT as a utility and position it as a strategic differentiator? We will explore strategies for IT transformation, using Penn State as a case study.

Outcomes: Understand the importance of developing an intentional and strategic approach to a listening and learning tour * Develop insights into methods for understanding organizational strengths and weaknesses * Learn how to navigate institutional politics, establish trust, and build a network of supportive and collaborative relationships

Presenters

  • Chris Lucas

    Associate Vice President of User Success, The Pennsylvania State University
  • Jen Stedelin

    Deputy CIO/Associate Vice President for Enterprise Systems and Services, The Pennsylvania State University

Resources & Downloads

  • Slides

    3 MB, pdf - Updated on 11/14/2018
  • Transcript

    43 KB, docx - Updated on 11/26/2018
  • Recording

    Updated on 7/14/2021