All-Hands Meeting photos and survey results
New format proves a popular change
By Scott Sherman
UIT’s All-Hands Meeting on March 7 brought a new twist to the event, featuring Instructure Chief Technology Officer Joel Dehlin as a guest speaker.
The morning started off with a poster session featuring some of the projects underway in UIT. Geoff Gough officially kicked off the more formal part of the meeting in a decidedly informal way, channeling Ellen DeGeneres’ viral social media photo from the Oscars — but with UIT’s directors instead.
After recognizing UIT employees for their years of service, Gough turned the mike over to Dehlin, whose entertaining presentation about IT projects and software coding took a different approach than many in attendance were expecting.
To finish out the event, CIO Eric Denna highlighted the updated Top 10 UIT priorities.
This is a new approach for the All-Hands Meetings, which will incorporate more guest speakers and professional development opportunities going forward. Your feedback has also provided some ideas for the next one. Expect to see exciting things in the future!
What did you think?
Below are the results of two surveys taken as part of the All-Hands Meeting.