The next NorCalMUG Bay area meeting will be held at the University of California-San Francisco.
Breakfast and Lunch will be provided by our sponsors. This meeting is free of charge to associated Maximo users.
Our meeting will be held in conjunction with Fleet Week: https://fleetweeksf.org/
Where: University of California San Francisco
Building: Genentech Hall, Byers Hall Auditorium
600 16th Street (See parking information below)
San Francisco, CA
When: Oct 6, 2017, 8:30 am – 2:30 pm
Master PMs. PMs and Job Plans, Work Orders
Presented by Golden Gate Transportation
User Adoption – Demystifying the Training Process
Presented by UCSF Facilities Customer Service & Technology
Solutions to bridge the gap for field users:
- Training (Project schedule, Training Videos, Follow-up)
- Tools (Mobile Devices, Mobile Device Mgmt., Communication Tools, Barcodes, Mobile application, File Repository/Mgmt.)
- Training the trainers
- Early adoption for new employees
- 1:1 training for technophobes
End user’s favorite tips, tricks and road blocks
Discussion group topic
Hosted by UCSF Facilities Customer Service & Technology
Call for presentations and discussion group leaders is still open – Please contact Scott Schilling for presentation or discussion group topics you would be interested in leading for our Fall 2017 meeting – email@example.com
Registrations are now open: https://norcalmugf17.eventbrite.com
- If coming from the South Bay or Peninsula, take Cal Train (Starts as far south as Gilroy and heads up through multiple stations throughout San Jose, Peninsula, into San Francisco). Cost ranges from $3.75 to $15. UCSF is < 1 mile from the last stop (4th & King). From there, it’s a reasonable walk or take MUNI’s K or T train to Mission Bay/UCSF. Also, LYFT or UBER is an option.
- From the East Bay, take BART to the Embarcadero Station. From there, take MUNI (K or T train to the Mission Bay/UCSF stop).
- From Vallejo or Alameda, take the Ferry and watch Fleet Week on your way home.
- If driving, see below
Parking information may be found at: http://campuslifeservices.ucsf.edu/transportation/services/parking/public_parking
(click on the Mission Bay dropdown)