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Reengineering update


The reengineering teams formerly located in Building 16 have moved to the fourth floor of Building N52, where the MIT Museum is located.

The Management Reporting, Community Involvement and Student Services teams had to vacate the temporary space they had occupied in Building 16 because it is about to begin renovations. The team working on human resource issues also will move into office and team space on the fourth floor of Building N52 soon.

Reengineering team members have retained their telephone numbers, but office locations are now incorrect in the printed version of the Faculty and Staff Directory, so it's best to get address information for them from the online directory.

People going to reengineering meetings in Building N52 are encouraged to use the elevator located on the first floor because most incoming stairwell doors in the building are locked for security reasons.


During January and February, the Academic Administrator Network (AANet) team from Student Services reengineering is conducting interviews with department heads and faculty. From department heads, they want to learn what issues may be unique to their departments and to gain an understanding of their educational mission. The team also is talking with other faculty members to hear what they need to meet their commitments as teachers and advisors.


The Management Reporting (MR) team has scheduled five monthly "brown bag" lunch meetings for community members interested in hearing about the progress of the SAP system implementation and current accounting issues.

Representatives from the central financial offices as well as MR team members will give updates and answer questions at these events. The meetings will be held in the Marlar Lounge, Rm 37-252, from noon to 2pm. The meeting dates are February 20, March 20, April 17, May 22 and June

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on January 29, 1997.

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