Who won an award for information management?Posted: June 7, 2017
Big congratulations to the Information Services, Information Management Portfolio, Business Enablement Team (BET)!
They were awarded the Harry Haxton Shield at the Records & Information Management Professionals Australasia (RIMPA) State Conference in May.
Our hardworking team was honoured to receive the award which recognises outstanding achievements and contributions to the records and information management industry.
So how does the Business Enablement Team contribute to knowledge sharing?
Well, they help academic and business units across Griffith University to effectively manage information through tools such as digital workflow and SharePoint.
The Business Enablement Team have successfully:
- Set up a SharePoint site for a School to share their procedural documents, forms and other related information
- Established a Compliments and Complaints register.
- Created a team site for an Academic Group to share policies and procedures, as well as information about activities and events across all of the Group.
- Worked with a business unit to create 25 team and community sites across their element to manage information.
- Created a workflow to automate the University’s program approval process for creation of new and changes to existing programs.
- Provided training and user support to assist the University community in effectively using these tools and systems.
- Provided information management advice to Griffith-wide projects.
Do you need help with SharePoint? Check out BET’s SharePoint Master Class Blog for helpful hints and tips, or book into a drop-in session.
SharePoint drop-in sessions are run twice a week. You can book these sessions in 15-minute blocks for up to an hour. Come along and ask your tricky SharePoint questions.
Email the Business Enablement Team or request a job via the IT Help Desk on x55555.