ITD Technology Services to analyze processes, performance at
A Governance Reunion is planned for April 27 at the Red Lion Downtowner in Boise to discuss the management of technology and the dovetailing of that information with departmental objectives.
How has the governance process impacted you in a positive way? Better understanding of ETS priorities and what support they are or are not able to give to DMV projects
How does the governance process support our cultural initiatives of collaboration, team building, etc.? Team building, collaboration, and communication are all parts of this effort and are much needed among the various ITD working areas.
How does the process help ITD be better? Identifies strengths and weaknesses in ETS, allows for better understanding of work being conducted by various ITD work areas and promotes team building, collaboration and communications.
McClellan (not pictured)
How has the governance process impacted you in a positive way? Greater knowledge of the resource limitations we face. Many high-priority needs still exist, and finding the resources (time, money and people) to complete them is extremely challenging. Insight into other division’s perspectives is helpful in weighing our “internally held beliefs” that may or may not be valid.
How does the governance process support our cultural initiatives of collaboration, team building, etc.? The business is part of the discussion. The business is now a participant in determining what moves forward and what may not be a priority. This provides us with a perspective of managing resources with future modernization in mind.
How does the process help ITD be better? It removes silos, and allows us to evaluate commonly held beliefs. It breaks down the “we vs. them” perspective – a great cultural improvement!