- Collect and share staff expertise in areas of research, work/education, and job function, allowing for formal and informal synergies to develop across all GPS Alliance units.
- Collect and share relationships with students, staff, faculty, administration around the University. Define in general terms what that relationship is - what GPS Alliance initiative, project, interest to which it may pertain.
While defining the requirements/specifics of this initiative, all involved in the project need to continually ask themselves "How will the data get used?"
Research Expertise > Work/Education Expertise > Job Function Expertise
How do each of us touch others at the University? Relationship tracking with faculty, staff, students, and in what ways? how we communicate with them? how often do we meet with them?
Bios - explanation of experience, life, etc. (new staff focus?)
How do we organize the data in main areas and what goes underneath?
Do the main areas coincide with central themes, pillars?
Emergency Procedures (contact tree, any automation around emergency situations/scenarios)
Use Strategic Plan Deliverable team survey as a pilot?
Example scenarios of use of "Who do you interact with?"
- Molly gets an inquiry from a faculty member or another institution about who works with faculty on custom programs
- Brook says "I interact with students in the same way Beth Insensee does - she with international students, I with domestic. Why don't we do it together?" This can be self-determined by staff in GPS Alliance if they have the information to connect with each other.