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PRASE Approach The approach engaged a wide cross section of York staff and drew on PwC experience and expertise to identify transformation opportunities • 8 Administrative Support Service areas and 23 subject areas (HR, Finance, IT, Student Services, Procurement, Research Services, Communications and CSBO) and an Academic Administration focus • York community members participated in community information sessions, and 317 York community members participated in workshops which focused on current state validation including level of effort, metrics, current state processes where available; development of and validation of opportunities • Key commentary from the workshops was that there is a better understanding of the work that each group undertakes and why some of that work needs to be done, and that knowledge sharing has occurred through the workshop process • Opportunities and associated benefits were reviewed, validated and prioritized by working groups, York University and PwC stream leads • PwC then reviewed opportunities at a program level and identified common themes and transformation opportunities that are cross-university PwC 11/03/2011 9

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