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The Road Less Chosen: Embarking on the Journey – Early Implementation Tales. Vincent Schimizzi, Michigan State University Evelyn Portee, Michigan State University Lauri Thornhill, Michigan State University Pat Lynn, Michigan State University Mark Olson, IBM Eric Letsinger, IBM

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The road less chosen embarking on the journey early implementation tales

The Road Less Chosen: Embarking on the Journey – Early Implementation Tales

Vincent Schimizzi, Michigan State University

Evelyn Portee, Michigan State University

Lauri Thornhill, Michigan State University

Pat Lynn, Michigan State University

Mark Olson, IBM

Eric Letsinger, IBM

John Sponaugle, IBM

Dennis Yockey, IBM

Kuali Days VII - November 18th, 2008


Session overview

Session Overview

Agenda

  • Introductions, Mark Olson

  • Vince Schimizzi, EBSP Project Overview

  • John Sponaugle, EBSP Methodology Overview

  • Panel Discussion “What have we learned so Far”?, All


Michigan state university

Michigan State University

  • Michigan State Stats

  • Founded in 1855

  • Nickname: Spartans

  • Colors: Green and White

  • Mascot: Sparty

  • Campus profile

    • Located in East Lansing, three miles east of Michigan’s Capitol in Lansing

    • 5,200-acre campus with 2,100 acres in existing or planned development

    • 579 buildings, including 85 with instructional space

    • 15,000 acres throughout Michigan used for agricultural, animal, and forestry research

  • Students (fall 2007)

  • 46,045 total: 36,072 undergraduate and 9,973 graduate and professional

  • Faculty and academic staff

  • Approximately 4,800

  • Support staff employees

  • Approximately 6,100

  • Living alumni

  • More than 460,000 worldwide


Msu enterprise business systems project ebsp

Flexibility

Transparency

Delegation

Standardization

MSU – Enterprise Business Systems Project (EBSP)

EBSP Vision

To design and update a set of electronic administrative tools that can be used by the faculty and staff to accomplish the business goals of Michigan State University. These tools, when combined with clear direction and effective processes, create the supporting environment needed by an advancing university


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MSU – Enterprise Business Systems Project (EBSP)

EBSP Project Scope – 7 Service Areas

  • Kuali Financials/COA, GL, PURAP, Fixed Assets, Stores

  • SAP HR/Payroll

  • Technical

  • Enterprise Information Stewardship (EIS)

  • Business Intelligence (BI) - COGNOS

  • Change Management

  • Project Management


Msu enterprise business systems project ebsp2

Manage

Tasks running across various phases of the project

MSU – Enterprise Business Systems Project (EBSP)

MSU Project Methodology

Other Terminology


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MSU – Enterprise Business Systems Project (EBSP)

MSU – Enterprise Business Systems Project (EBSP)

Blueprinting

  • Create detailed understanding of how MSU will do business in the future

  • Identify changes required to the software to meet MSU’s business needs

  • Identify the impact on the MSU community to support the ‘to-be’ business processes

  • Identify critical information needs

  • Identify who in the organization performs the activity

  • Set the stage for the Scope of the implementation


The road less chosen embarking on the journey early implementation tales

MSU – Enterprise Business Systems Project (EBSP)

  • Panel Discussion - All


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