Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail Published: May 5, 1998 Reorganization of a major administrative division of the University of Colorado at Boulder, announced today, will result in greater efficiency and financial savings, according to Paul Tabolt, vice chancellor for administration. Tabolt said the plan for reorganizing the Division of Administration was developed in consultation with Chancellor Richard L. Byyny in an ongoing effort to control campus expenditures and improve service. “I congratulate the vice chancellor and the entire division for their commitment to the best interests of the campus and the university as we seek to limit costs while increasing revenues,” Byyny said. “Savings from this action will constitute a permanent budget reduction within the Division of Administration. Also, structural changes will allow for closer, more effective working relationships among units. The plan will be implemented in phases over the next few months. The division currently consists of human resources, facilities management, public safety, financial services, business services and the University Bookstore. Tabolt said the university-wide Administrative Streamlining Project initiated by CU President John C. Buechner created potential efficiencies that made the consolidations possible. The division will move from six areas reporting to the vice chancellor to four. Annual savings of about $135,000 will accrue by consolidating three director positions into two and through a plan put in place this spring that enables sharing one administrator’s position with the university’s central administration. No layoffs will occur as a result of the reorganization. Tabolt said the administration division’s new organization will create “natural clusters for shared goals and activities” built around four main resource themes: financial, human, physical and safety. “The Division of Administration is really all about stewardship, about managing the campus’ resources in the best possible way. That means serving CU-Boulder’s fiscal needs, supporting our people, maintaining our campus’ living and learning environment, and ensuring the safety of our community.” The reorganization will combine the offices of financial services and business services under Bill Herbstreit and appoint current business services Director Jeff Lipton to lead an expanded facilities management organization. The campus has been in the process of seeking a permanent director of facilities management since Tabolt’s departure from that position to become vice chancellor. Some service units will be reassigned among the division’s four major areas. The Office of Financial and Business Services will include accounting, buying and contracting, bursar, printing and copying, risk management, licensing, transportation center, property and distribution, mailing services, and University Bookstore. Facilities Management will include maintenance and operations, grounds, engineering services, custodial services, design and construction, planning, cogeneration plant, Research Park, research buildings management, real estate management, and telecommunications. Zan Johns will continue to serve as the interim director of Human Resources, which includes staff personnel, employee development, affirmative action, labor relations and compensation services. Compensation services is managed by Carl Randall, who holds a dual appointment between the campus and CU’s central administration. Public safety, which will be unchanged, includes police, environmental health and safety, and parking services. All personnel appointments will be recommended for approval by the CU board of Regents on June 3, 1998.
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20 20 20 19. David Wagner (Huddersfield Town) – 1 x Championship Play-Offs 10= Eddie Howe (Bournemouth) – 1 x Championship 7. Ronald Koeman (Everton) – 3 x Dutch League, 1 x Dutch Cup, 1 x Spanish Cup 20 20 20 20. Paul Clement (Swansea City) – click right to count down to number one – Guided Swansea to safety in 2016-17 6. Jurgen Klopp (Liverpool) – 2 x German League, 1 x German Cup 20 2. Pep Guardiola (Manchester City) – 2 x Champions League, 3 x Spanish League, 3 x German League, 2 x Spanish Cup, 2 x German Cup 20 14= Mauricio Pellegrino (Southampton) – 1 x Spanish Cup runner up 20 1. Jose Mourinho (Manchester United) – 2 x Champions League, 2 x Europa League, 2 x Portuguese League, 3 x Premier League, 2 x Italian League, 1 x Spanish Liga, 1 x Portuguese Cup, 1 x FA Cup, 3 x EFL Cup, 1 x Italian Cup, 1 x Spanish Cup 20 5. Antonio Conte (Chelsea) – 3 x Italian League, 1 x Premier League 20 20 20 19. Mark Hughes (Southampton) – 1 x sixth place in the Premier League 9. Marco Silva (Watford) – 1 x Greek League, 1 x Portuguese Cup 20 3. Rafael Benitez (Newcastle United) – 1 x Champions League, 2 x Europa League, 2 x Spanish League, 1 x FA Cup, 1 x Italian Cup 20 10= Chris Hughton (Brighton) – 1 x Championship 8. Frank De Boer (Crystal Palace) – 4 x Dutch League 17. Slaven Bilic (West Ham) – 1 x third place in the Turkish League 18. Mark Hughes (Southampton) – 1 x sixth place in the Premier League 4. Arsene Wenger (Arsenal) – 3 x Premier League, 1 x French League, 7 x FA Cup, 1 French Cup, 1 x Japanese Cup 20 20 Since the arrival of Pep Guardiola, Jurgen Klopp, and Antonio Conte, the Premier League has had more successful managers than ever before.But according to Joey Barton, Klopp is overhyped, overrated and does not deserved to be labelled as a ‘super coach’.Barton, who appears every Monday night on talkSPORT’s Monday night Kick Off show, said of the popular Klopp: “He is not trophy-laden like Mourinho or Guardiola, so we have to be sceptical of him.”The German has guided Liverpool into the Champions League play-offs, and took them to the Europa League and League Cup finals, though lost both.Last season, Conte won the Premier League with Blues, adding to his haul of three Serie A titles, which is pretty impressive, while Arsene Wenger won his seventh FA Cup, and Jose Mourinho claimed his third League Cup and second Europa League.So how does Klopp compare? And which Premier League bosses have we ranked as the top dogs when it comes to honours won?Click the right arrow above to find out.Tune in to hear what Joey Barton has to say about the opening weekend of the Premier League, on talkSPORT, Monday from 7pm to 10pm – click here to listen 20 10= Sean Dyche (Burnley) – 1 x Championship 20 14= Tony Pulis (Stoke City) – 1 x FA Cup runner up 20 13. Mauricio Pochettino (Tottenham Hotspur) – 1 x Premier League runner up