You've had great ideas. You've put them in practice. And now, April 30 is your last day to share your greatness with the CUSP 2015 Program.
At CU Denver, an office tasked with extensive communications found a solution to the challenge through the use of MailChimp.
At the University of Colorado Boulder, the CU Research Administration team developed a thoughtful onboarding process to make sure that what they wanted for new employees really happened.
In a recent submission to the CU Shared Practices (CUSP) Program, CU Online describes how a new approach to team communications improves communication behavior as well as technology.
Continuing a series of articles revisiting past CUSP Program award winners …
A tool that replaces paper-intensive processes can streamline document routing and approval for virtually any University department.
Your position description includes bullet points about reconciling SpeedTypes and ensuring that transactions are properly recorded. But what does that mean? A new CUSP submission helps explain.
First in a series of articles revisiting past CUSP Program award winners …
It's always exciting to see submissions start rolling in to the CU Shared Practices (CUSP) Program.
Do you want to see your department, your school or college, or your campus well represented in this year’s CU Shared Practices (CUSP) Program?

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