Of Current Interest
OQI's 2014-2015 Annual Report (pdf)
Learn more about UW-Madison's Campus Strategic Framework.
15th Annual Showcase: April 2014
Watch the Keynote Presention given by SoHE Dean Soyeon Shim and Dave Franchino of designconcepts.
Showcase Encore Events, Fall 2015
Four, one-hour brown bag presentations on popular topics from the 2014 and 2015 UW-Showcases:
- Monday, October 26: What? Me? Merge? Seriously?! Changing Structures to Boost Collaboration
- Monday, November 2: Progressing from Paper to Pixels
- Monday, November 9: Technology Tools You Can Tap Into
- Monday, November 16: Purposeful Partnering for Powerful Projects
Focus on Facilitation is an informal network of OQI consultants, volunteer facilitators, and others interested in "the art" of facilitation. Monthly meetings allow us to learn with and from each other, as we discuss case studies, current facilitation challenges, and specific tools and techniques. Meeting dates for fall, 2015 are September 17, October 15, November 19, and December 10. Contact Darin Harris at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
The Journey of Facilitation and Collaboration….an Integral Approach.
A 5-Day Experiential Workshop. January 11-16, 2016.
Complete information and registration can be found at: www.journeyofcollaboration.com.
This two-day course is designed especially for UW-Madison to help those involved in or responsible for gathering requirements for the multitude of current campus projects/initiatives. These courses are sponsored by the UW-Madison CIO and being offered at no charge to the campus community in appreciation of the importance of this work. In recognition of the increased complexity of our campus projects and the ever increasing skill levels of our business analysts, this course has been refined and enhanced to enrich the learning experience and bettwer prepare attendees for the challenges of gathering, documenting, and prioritizing requirements. The next course will be offered November 10th and 11th, 2015. Flyer (pdf)
Project Management Symposium - Register Here
The Project Management Symposium brings together campus project managers and those aspiring to be project managers responsible for small to medium-sized projects who are looking for practical tools/techniques and networking opportunities with other project managers. The next course will be offered December 3rd and 10th, 2015.Flyer (pdf)
Click here for more information.