Team creates LEDs, photovoltaic cells, and light detectors using novel one-molecule-thick material.
PURPOSE AND SCOPE
Help the MIT community to better understand the need for sweeping changes in administrative processes and procedures selected for reengineering.
Develop with the faculty, student and staff customers of MIT's administrative processes a shared vision of success in reengineering.
Systematically solicit and incorporate the views, ideas and the direct participation of faculty, students and staff in the ongoing effort
Maintain a regular flow of information to the MIT community about the current status of reengineering projects.
Maintain and engage the strong sense of community at MIT as results of reengineering begin to unfold.
ONGOING COMMUNITY-WIDE ACTIVITIES
Weekly, informacommunity lunch-time discussions, featuring the project teams
RegularTech Talk feature articles and information notes on ReE and the teams
Assistance to teams in development of Home Pages and related information on the World Wide Web
Maintain information postings to Tech Info
E-Maiupdates and notification to Administrative Officers, PhysicaPlant Information Brokers and other interested groups throughout MIT
Invited presentations and status updates on projects to faculty and staff groups
Informal, community-wide Open Houses
Consultation with other teams for assistance with and coordination of their community involvement programs
Regular conduit for feedback, suggestions and observations about reengineering and the current project activities
Develop new activities to inform and involve segments of the Institute community
A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on May 1, 1995.