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  • DART is a critical part of our vision for Information ExcellenceTo enhance and sustain the lifelong engagement of University of Michigan alumni, volunteers, donors, and prospective donors, through the disciplined, respectful, and creative use of data. There are design teams made up of representatives and experts from all over the university. These teams are collaborating with our vendor, Blackbaud. They are collaborating to customize the product and make sure it meets all of our needs when we Go Live.University-wide investment to:Enhance online giving to provide seamless ability for alumni and donors to contribute to various funds efforts and campaignsProvide capability for seamless tracking of all touch points with constituents, includind automated tracking of email and preferencesEnable better information integration with the university’s financial systemReduce the need for supplemental and shadow systemsMeet U-M compliance needs in an efficient and effective manner
  • As DART will have university-wide impact, cross-campus participation in its design and customization has been critical. To date, we have approximately 14 design teams working on the project and over 100 representatives from schools, colleges, and units.You’ll see in this timeline that our Go Live target is Aug. 2011. Our plans for how to prepare staff and support them through this transition have been intertwined with design efforts. But you can expect to learn in much more detail the kinds of resources we’ll provide to make sure everyone is ready in August.In particular, I want to share a decision that Program Managers and other Development leadership made this summer. That is, each unit will have a designated representative – called a Unit Liaison – who will meet with the project team to learn about all the changes and impacts DART will have on your unit. These Unit Liaisons (ULs) will also help identify potential testers and pilot some of the new training materials that the team is working on.
  • As DART will have university-wide impact, cross-campus participation in its design and customization has been critical. To date, we have approximately 14 design teams working on the project and over 100 representatives from schools, colleges, and units.You’ll see in this timeline that our Go Live target is Aug. 2011. Our plans for how to prepare staff and support them through this transition have been intertwined with design efforts. But you can expect to learn in much more detail the kinds of resources we’ll provide to make sure everyone is ready in August.In particular, I want to share a decision that Program Managers and other Development leadership made this summer. That is, each unit will have a designated representative – called a Unit Liaison – who will meet with the project team to learn about all the changes and impacts DART will have on your unit. These Unit Liaisons (ULs) will also help identify potential testers and pilot some of the new training materials that the team is working on.
  • As DART will have university-wide impact, cross-campus participation in its design and customization has been critical. To date, we have approximately 14 design teams working on the project and over 100 representatives from schools, colleges, and units.You’ll see in this timeline that our Go Live target is Aug. 2011. Our plans for how to prepare staff and support them through this transition have been intertwined with design efforts. But you can expect to learn in much more detail the kinds of resources we’ll provide to make sure everyone is ready in August.In particular, I want to share a decision that Program Managers and other Development leadership made this summer. That is, each unit will have a designated representative – called a Unit Liaison – who will meet with the project team to learn about all the changes and impacts DART will have on your unit. These Unit Liaisons (ULs) will also help identify potential testers and pilot some of the new training materials that the team is working on.
  • Deliver training to prepare people prior to system implementation. Training received will depend on the system access identified for the work that you do.Training will start summer 2011. However, your learning starts now… - through your interest today, watching for/reading communications, working with your UL, attending system demonstrationsAttend break-out sessionPick-up a handout for more informationWe will share more detail in January.In the mean time feel free to check-out posted materials on website.<<Note: Make sure we include handout in materials sent out about DevCouncil meeting>>
  • Deliver training to prepare people prior to system implementation. Training received will depend on the system access identified for the work that you do.Training will start summer 2011. However, your learning starts now… - through your interest today, watching for/reading communications, working with your UL, attending system demonstrationsAttend break-out sessionPick-up a handout for more informationWe will share more detail in January.In the mean time feel free to check-out posted materials on website.<<Note: Make sure we include handout in materials sent out about DevCouncil meeting>>
  • We have a lot of information on our DART website and will continue using that to help prepare you for a lot of the changes in the coming year.You may have seen our DART Newsletter, as we email it to all development staff. If you’ve missed it, you can also get to it through In the Know. If you have a question that’s not answered in our online FAQ, please send us an email. You may have attended one of our previews last February, and we expect to host more of those across campus this year.
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    • 1. DART Project Update
      Preparing for our transition
      September 2010
    • 2. Donor and Alumni Relationship Tool
      New fundraising system replacing the
      Donor, Alumni, and Constituent Database (DAC).
      Based on Blackbaud Enterprise CRM (BBEC)
      Customized to meet U-M’s needs
      Learn more about why DART is a critical part of our vision for Information Excellence.
      2
    • 3. Getting ready for transition
      3
      Sept. 2010
      Jan.
      2011
      July
      2011
      Aug.
      2011
      Oct.
      2011
      System Design & Awareness
      Preparation
      Training
      Go Live
      Stabilization
      Readiness Assessment
      Testing
    • 4. Getting ready for transition
      4
      Sept. 2010
      Jan.
      2011
      July
      2011
      Aug.
      2011
      Oct.
      2011
      System Design & Awareness
      Preparation
      Training
      Go Live
      Stabilization
      Readiness Assessment
      Testing
      Cross-campus input on system design:
      14 design teams, over 100 representatives from schools, colleges, and units
    • 5. Getting ready for transition
      5
      Sept. 2010
      Jan.2011
      July
      2011
      Aug.
      2011
      Oct.
      2011
      System Design & Awareness
      Preparation
      Training
      Go Live
      Stabilization
      Readiness Assessment
      Testing
      Preparing for change
      Unit representatives will prepare units to use DART (Unit Liaison Program):
      Identify unit impacts, individuals who will need training, and more
      DART system testing starting in 2011
      Classroom training and online training materials available for support
      Continued demonstrations and software previews coming
    • 6. DART Training & Support
      Go Live Preparation
      Help
      Online training materials
      Classroom training
      Quick reference tools
      6
    • 7. DART Training & Support
      Go Live Preparation
      Help
      Online training materials
      Classroom training
      Quick reference tools
      You Can Start to Prepare Now
      Development Council Updates
      Attend system demonstrations
      Review DART communications
      Watch for information from your Unit Liaison
      7
    • 8. Communications & Resources
      Recent Communications
      July/August Project UpdateTalking Points
      Change Management Plan
      Unit Liaison Program
      Financial Community Update
      DART Frequently Asked Questions
      Upcoming Communications
      September DART Newsletter
      September Project UpdateTalking Points
      Get information online:
      DART website (http://tiny.cc/dart_project)
      RSS feeds (subscribe to updates)
      Send feedback and questions
      DART-FAQ@umich.edu
      Demonstrations & Previews
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