Forum Meetings are usually held from 8:00-10:30 on the second Thursday of each month at the Campus Safety & Security Building: 1239 Kipke Drive (Map). Expanded Forum meetings are held at larger venues around campus, typically in September, December and May.
For questions about B&F Forum sessions, please send email the Business and Finance Forum Planning Committee, email@example.com.
The purpose of the Business and Finance Leadership Forum (B&F Forum) is to bring the top leadership of the Business and Finance division together in order to build increasing collaboration and excellence among the Business and Finance organization and the Business and Finance top leadership team in fulfilling the vision, mission and values of the Business and Finance Organization.
The B&F Forum meets six to eight times September through May.
The membership of the Business and Finance Forum is defined as the EVPCFO, the EVPCFO Senior Staff team and their direct reports. Occasionally, as the topic warrants, the larger Business and Finance Expanded Forum (e.g. EVPCFO, the EVPCFO Senior Staff team, their direct reports and their direct reports) is convened. The University Auditor and his/her direct reports are also invited, as are the Chief Financial Officer and the Administrator of Human Resource Services of the UM Hospitals and Health Centers (UMHHC), as well the co-chairs of the Business and Finance Diversity Committee.
Past Schedules & Materials
- 2011–2012 Handouts
- 2010–2011 Handouts
- 2009–2010 Handouts
- 2008–2009 Handouts
- 2007–2008 Handouts
- 2006–2007 Handouts
- 2005–2006 Handouts
Change Management Materials
In 2004 Business and Finance leadership received training in basic change management skills through a partnership approach. Below are the documents that were used in this training.
- Group Organics is a resource article describing the tools to use to manage the
stages of team development.
- Managing Complex Change Model
- Strategic Partnership Approach to Change Management: A Guide is a pdf file
of the entire set of training materials including templates and samples.
- Strategic Partnership: A Toolkit is a Microsoft Word document containing all the
blank templates used in the class.