Lots of SMEs involved in Foundation Review Sessions

Hundreds of system-wide subject matter experts (SMEs) have been involved in the Foundation Review sessions the last couple weeks. We had anywhere from 150-200 participants each day, with 15-20% attending in-person at the SBCTC Bellevue office, and the rest online. First, SMEs had a chance to learn about the overall foundation aspects of the new system in the key areas of: Organizational Structure, Academic Structure, Person Model and GL/Chart of Accounts. Then (last week and this week) SMEs are getting a closer look at the PeopleSoft system and its many elements and features and how they will fit within our system. This is all in preparation for the Business Process Alignment sessions coming up in June. THANK YOU SMEs and College Teams for your time, input and expertise!

Foundation Review Monday LunchClockwise boxes from upper left:
~Sherri Meadors [Clark College], Lynn Melton [SBCTC], Kristina Martinsen [Seattle Community Colleges]
~Ann Woodlief [Pierce College], Susan Engel [Seattle Community Colleges], Scott Pendleton, Ciber
~Sherry Stroud [Highline Community College], Dani Bundy [Clark College], Gary McNeil [Seattle]
 ~Elaine Urrutia [Olympic College]
~Kate Bligh [Highline Community College]

Payroll SMEs! Perhaps the most important SMEs of all!


Left to Right: Jim Craswell, Bellevue College and Everett Community College Payroll; Mona Himmelberger, Walla Walla Payroll; Sherri Meadors, Clark College Payroll; Susan Engel, Seattle Community Colleges Payroll; Olga Krichevskaya, Bellevue College and Everett Community College Payroll; Kristina Martinsen, Seattle Community Colleges Payroll

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