ATLAS Application Development - 'Trust the Process' Higher Education Business Process Definition Series

Learn more about defining your higher education business process and preparing for applied technology solutions.

Below are three installments in the 'Trust the Process' video series. The purpose of this series is to provide some conceptual framework to maximize the potential for success in defining a business process at our university, explaining that process to our departmental or college level stakeholders, and then applying a technology solution to that defined process. 


Part One: Start Small - Stay Simple

Key Concepts:

  • Identify the desired outcome
  • Incremental approach
  • Minimum viable product


Part Two: Make a plan - Stay the course

Key Concepts:

  • Visually map your process
  • Identify and engage stakeholders
  • Written approval of process from stakeholders


Part Three: Implementation & Planning for Change

Key Concepts:

  • Adjustments to match available tools
  • Testing and implementation
  • Planning for annual review and process updates


Thanks for watching and for participating in efforts to better define our business processes at the University of Illinois.

If you are in LAS and have a process in mind that could use some attention, feel free to take a look at our Business Process Definition Onboarding Form for next steps.

Please reach out to atlas-apps@illinois.edu with any questions, concerns, or ideas for getting the word out!




Keywords:bpi, process, mapping, flowchart   Doc ID:122572
Owner:Todd R.Group:University of Illinois Liberal Arts and Sciences
Created:2022-11-18 14:11 CSTUpdated:2022-11-21 11:16 CST
Sites:University of Illinois Liberal Arts and Sciences
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