Texas A&M’s chief operating officer provided an update on the implementation of the university’s reorganization plan at the faculty senate meeting in June.
Greg Hartman says the president has approved recommendations from seven or eight of the 41 implementation teams. And the others are on track to finish well before the September 1 deadline.
Hartman says there is a meeting with the president next week to determine how the changes will be made…especially in human resources, finance and IT.
Hartman says that on a weekly basis, there are meetings to address reorganization issues that slip through the cracks… something that is described as orphan tasks.
Hartman says that for the next month or two, those involved in the reorganization process are looking to catch something dubbed “orphan spots”…or things falling through the cracks.
And he wants to provide another update at the faculty senate meeting in July and let other A&M organizations know about the ongoing implementation of what’s called “the way forward.”
Click HERE to be directed to A&M’s University Reorganization Plan.
Click below for Greg Hartman’s comments at the Texas A&M Faculty Senate meeting on June 13, 2022.
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