How you can help:
Contribute. At some point you’ll probably get involved in a SEADS-related project. Maybe you administer a campus database, schedule activities for your club, or work with academic records in your department. Because such day-to-day activities will be affected by SEADS, team members will be looking to you for guidance about how best to structure a new system.
Be Imaginative. ‘Business-as-usual’ is not necessarily ‘best practice.’ Help the SEADS team think of innovative new ways to approach a problem.
Be Receptive. New solutions often mean new ways of doing things. Keeping an open mind about change makes change easier.