Promapp user bi-annual meeting honors IPF champions
January 18, 2019
Dec. 4, 2018
On Nov. 5, the IPF Process Improvement/Promapp Team hosted the second user forum in Holden Hall — bringing together process champions from across IPF to engage in celebration of success, reflection on the project and collaborative skill building.
Organized by Kelly Feister, business office manager for Building Services, and Danielle Hook, learning and development specialist for Strategic Initiatives, the forum covered new developments, challenges and next steps for Promapp within IPF and its growing interest across MSU.
“We are here and ready to partner with new departments within IPF and MSU as a whole,” Hook said.
Cresting just over one year from the anniversary of its implementation, IPF’s transition to Promapp is reaching new heights. IPF departments have documented close to 700 processes, almost 90 percent of all processes created by MSU, and have over 100 employees trained in the program.
Hook and Feister were introduced to Promapp in late 2016 and vetted the program heavily before deciding the innovative software was right for MSU.
“Promapp is one of the world’s leading edge program management systems,” Hook said. “The tool is used by public services—local government councils and universities—to streamline processes and use best practices in a conscious effort to steward public funds in the best way possible. There are a lot of reasons to adopt a similar perspective at IPF.”
Hook and Feister congratulated all IPF employees currently working with Promapp and honored them as champions.
“Thank you for your enthusiasm and for being willing to participate and learn something new, even though it’s not always easy,” Feister told attendees at the forum. “IPF has an outstanding, cross-functional, motivated group of process champions who continue to surprise us with their innovative ideas and engagement.”
The following is a list of the IPF Promapp champions recognized at this year’s meeting:
Tony Gibson Best use of Promapp in succession planning
Building Services Business Office Most engaged team
Surplus and Recycling Most sustainable process team
Human Resources Best engagement of students
Laura Smith Best use of multimedia in a process
Asset Management process group Most process views
Building Services – 191 processes Most processes created by a business unit
Diane Schimizzi Most spirited process champion
Annual Performance Review and Performance Excellence process (HR) Most feedback collected on a single process
Facility Asset Data Exchange project team Best mega process
Kelly Pung Best use of process variations
Kendra Schroeder Best use of cost and time cycle analysis
Tiana Carter Best use of peer review
Jannene Andrews Best use of a process in a presentation
Building Services, Campus Services, Human Resources Milestone: 30 processes published
Brooke Pugh Emerging leader
Stephen Pavlik Emerging leader