Over the next few months, the Great Service Team (GST) will be providing a series of updates on how we are progressing with the three pillars of our program (Voice of the Customer, Great Service Philosophy, and Training). For this month’s update we wanted to focus on the Voice of the Customer and share with you some results from the standardized customer satisfaction survey which was implemented in late May (see original announcement here)
During the development of the standardized customer satisfaction survey we consulted with Josh Morrill who informed us of the importance of keeping the survey short and concise. Therefore, we created the new survey with fewer, strategically chosen questions. This has resulted in an average completion time of only 90 seconds.
Continue reading “1,600+ Responses from Voice of the Customer efforts”
The User Services Phas3 Space Planning team is pleased to announce that we have completed our proposal for updating the shared User Services spaces in room B213, 1150A, and 1150B and have submitted it to Brandon and the User Services Leadership Team for review! The proposal is composed of three different sections which provide low, medium, and high cost estimates for improving the space. We are now working with the Leadership Team to make a selection that is both fiscally responsible and provides the maximum value for User Services team members.
We were also happy to share our proposal with DoIT’s COO John Krogman last week! John was provided an overview of the Phas3 team’s work, as well as a tour of our spaces. He was impressed by the team’s efforts, and made a commitment to User Services that the larger organization will help support our improvement efforts!
We hope to have some additional updates for the department by our next User Services All Staff Lunch on August 24. As always, be sure to let the Phas3 Space Planning Team know if you have any questions, thoughts, or comments. A list of all team members as well as project updates is available on our landing paging:
contributed by: Chris Poser, email@example.com
The summer has been filled with hard work, thrilling projects, ice cream, and an occasional bit of humor and sarcasm for this year’s internship cohort. The nine members of this year’s cohort have been creating improvements and leading projects in each of the departments within User Services. I’m positive everyone who is reading this article has been affected by their hard work.
The beginning of the program started off with the Adventure Learning Program, where the interns got to know each other, and some of their fears for those afraid of heights, a little better. The day on the low and high ropes course emphasized team work, communication, and trust within the group.
Min Hwang, HD marketing intern, led blindfolded through low ropes course where the ground was lava. Also pictured: Daniel Ibarra, HD marketing Intern (Left) Noah Krause, End Point Management and Compliance Intern (Right)
Team Activity on the high ropes course.
Continue reading “Internship Team Prepares for the End”
The Summer Internship officially kicked off on Monday with a day filled with food, fun, and a ton of collaboration. We were very excited to welcome some new faces into our DoIT family, and of course some familiar faces as well! We are even more excited to watch this cohort grow throughout the summer and complete key projects throughout their respective departments.
In addition to spreading our excitement, the Internship Team wanted to take this opportunity to thank those that made this kick-off a success:
- Thank you to Brandon Bernier for his presentation on the Internship Program.
- Thank you to Bryan Rastello for his presentation on DoIT Organization.
- Thank you to Jaclyn Zavoral, Chris Poser, Bridget Bartell, Nick Reynolds, Leah Scheide and David Schlaefer for sharing the story of their User Services journeys.
- Thank you to the Extended Leadership Team for taking the time to come and introduce yourselves.
- Thank you to all the full time and student staff that took time out of your afternoon to join us for our ending social hour.
- Thank you to our mentors for being present for most of the day and for making the interns feel welcome in their new space.
- Adventure Learning Program for provided us with a fun day out at the high ropes course!
We are looking forward to an excellent summer filled with learning, teamwork, and of course, fun!
Pictured below is a team of interns, mentors, and sponsors playing a silly ice breaker called Human Rock, Paper, Scissors.
The internship team is proud to announce that we have accepted candidates for all of the internship positions that are part of the User Services Summer Internship Program!
Here are the positions and the interns that were selected:
Intern: Jonathan Green
Job Title: Repair Business Process Analyst Intern
Mentor: Patrick Johnson
Intern: Kali Kinziger
Job Title: SOAR Team Lead Intern
Mentor: Dawn Karls
Intern: Noah Krause
Job Title: End Point Management and Compliance Intern
Mentor: Jayme Teasdale
Intern: Jeff Sanford
Job Title: Product Management and Lifecycle Intern
Mentor: Dawn Karls
Intern: Vanessa Khoo
Job Title: Asset Management Intern
Mentor: Sean Griffin
Intern: Daniel Ibarra
Job Title: Help Desk Marketing Intern
Mentor: Abrianna Barca
Intern: Min Hwang
Job Title: Help Desk Marketing Intern
Mentor: Abrianna Barca
Please join us in welcoming the interns into their new roles! The internship program will officially kick off on June 5th and we are looking forward to a productive summer. If you have any questions, please reach out to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
contributed by: Hannah Pringle, email@example.com
The Phase 3 Space Planning Team has been working hard since our last newsletter update. In March, we engaged with stakeholders of the affected areas in small team, large team, and leadership meetings to get feedback on what folks like or dislike about the current state of the spaces. (As a reminder, these spaces are 1150A, 1150B, and B213.) Over the past couple of months, we completed these engagements, compiled the data, and began engaging with FP&M. Please note that we will continue to seek feedback from all affected groups as the project continues.
Now that we have come this far and have begun initial conversations with FP&M, we want to make sure everyone has the opportunity to stay up to date on our team’s progress. To help keep everyone informed, Will Crickman has created a central repository for our team’s resources and updates located on DoITNet. The central repository You can see the landing page here: https://doitnet.doit.wisc.edu/user-services-phase-3-space-planning/
If you have questions/comments/concerns, please feel free to reach out to the team leads Abrianna Barca and Chris Poser, or your specific team’s alderperson. The alderpersons are as follows:
- Departmental Support – David Peterson and Gracie Worthen
- Repair – David Schlaefer
- Help Desk – Will Crickman
- Tech Store – Karl Weirauch
- Product Management and Group Office – Sarah Buszka
contributed by: Gracie Worthen, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Great Service Team is working to implement a new customer satisfaction survey for User Services. The GST consulted with Josh Morrill and Chad Shorter from Academic Technology to create a survey that will give stakeholders more uniform and useful data, while simultaneously encouraging higher response rates from consumers of DoIT services. Upon adoption, this will replace 4+ different surveys currently in use across User Services.
The new survey was designed with a few of objectives in mind:
- The survey should accurately gauge user satisfaction with DoIT, and should be general enough for use across various groups within User Services.
- It should incorporate opportunities for open-ended feedback for more specific suggestions or comments.
- The survey must be brief enough that users are not discouraged from completing it.
We are planning the implementation of the survey in three phases. For phase one, the Great Service Team will coordinate the implementation of a new survey with each unit. The idea is that each unit will have access to their own version of the standardized questions and results via a Qualtrics survey. Once we have Phase 1 completed, we will communicate out to the department and relay additional information on future phases.
The GST would like to encourage anyone interested to take a look at the new unified survey at the following link: DoIT US Customer Satisfaction Survey Draft. Any comments or questions can be directed to email@example.com.
contributed by: Mike Juszczyk, firstname.lastname@example.org