New ideas on the CUSP!
Approved submissions to the 2014 CUSP program are now posted and can be viewed under the 2014 CUSP Submissions header. More ideas are still flowing in, so check for updates in the days and weeks to come. We'll be accepting submissions through April 30, 2014. We welcome your new ideas (subject to review) and we encourage you to look over both our new submissions and our submission archive to find ideas that may work for you or your organization. If you see something you like, please add a comment and let us know. Your participation is crucial to the success of this program!
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Category Archives: Business Process Enhancements
DESCRIPTION: The Department of Neurology at the Anschutz Medical Campus, like many other School of Medicine departments, has seen incredible growth in clinical and grant revenue over the last several years, requiring the hire of 9 additional faculty and the … Continue reading
DESCRIPTION: In Ortho we strive to do work in line with our mission statement. One of our values is transparency, which proves to be very beneficial to the communication within our department. Striving to keep in line with the mission … Continue reading
DESCRIPTION: The Laboratory Registration Program was implemented as a process whereby Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) (Ron Honn and Cynthia Norton) could collect a variety of information about lab type environments on campus. These lab type environments include traditional … Continue reading
DESCRIPTION: The team of Cheryl Welch, Madeline Sembrat, Lisa Stanford, Chris Scanlan, Peggy McIntosh and Terri Carrothers identified that there were severe knowledge deficits throughout the AMC campus in the areas of HR hiring, salary setting, multiple components of pay, … Continue reading