The following describes a general assortment of examples of service offerings provided by the Organizational Change Management team.
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Self-Paced Online Training (eLearning)
Focused online training for individuals or small groups.
Achieving Service Excellence – The SLA Component
Documentation and User Guides
We offer a range of support from process documents to how-to guides.
ServiceNow-Navigating the Self-Service Portal
Prerecorded and live webinars are available to help faculty and staff with technical training development.
Incident Management Training for Workday in Hypercare
We share information that tells employees and customers what is changing, how changes will affect them, and what they need to do next.
Unplanned Vended Service Degradation – WebSTAC Communication
DocuSign – Art of the Possible Virtual Meeting
Large Project Communications Plan Sample
Offering support for multiple websites, our team has experience managing the creation, modification, and maintenance of digital content.
We offer video solutions from design to production, lighting to sound, and everything in between.
Sending a Fax with the Faxcom Web Client (micro-learning)
WashU 2FA Enrollment (micro-learning)
Experience creating visual images, such as charts or diagrams, used to represent and interpret information or data.
Creating Online Content for Learn@Work
Used to share valuable information with faculty, staff, and students. Newsletters provide direct access to their inbox, allowing you to share content that matters with people who care.
We create digital displays that incorporate LCD, LED, and projection to showcase things like digital images, video, and web pages. Digital signage can be found around campus to provide wayfinding, marketing, and outdoor advertising.
We create and deliver surveys to customers and employees while working in partnership with business owners and colleagues. Offering support with data visualizations and analysis.
Offering focus group interviews involving a small number of participants who have common traits or experiences.