The Process Improvement Team originated as an ad hoc, fluid group of engaged professionals within RITE. The group’s objective is to review requests to determine whether there is a way to use existing resources to support the need. This group makes use of expertise from all areas of RITE, is facilitated by Katie Malik, Assistant to the CIO/VP for Enrollment Management, Marketing and Communication, and under the oversight of Carolyn Krupp, Director of Technology Planning and Outreach.
PIT Goal: Develop an application allowing users to take attendance using a mobile device and QR codes.
One-time Password Change
PIT Goal: Select and implement technology to force a one-time password change for all campus account holders (not to include students).
Use Office365 Tools/Apps to Create Workflow Processes for Departments
PIT Goal: Implement a digital workflow for curriculum processes, instructional support technician work requests, supply ordering, figure model scheduling, travel requests, etc., to increase department administrative efficiency.
PIT (Process Improvement Team) a diverse campus collaborative effort dedicated to process improvement by utilizing existing resources (let's try to use what we have first) and expertise with a holistic approach to incrementally make lasting impacts on campus success.
Through the creative ideas and unique talents of each employee, PIT will provide consultation, problem identification and potential solutions; changes that have various levels of impact.
We strive to create a fun atmosphere conducive to process improvement and resource utilization.
PIT is a platform that encourages professional development and nurtures leadership opportunities.
PIT is a collaborative team dedicated to identifying practical solutions to everyday campus issues.
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