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strategic planning process 2014 2019

Strategic Planning Process: 2014-2019

Presentation to the Senior Administrators’ Group

February 13, 2014

The Office of Data Analytics and Institutional Research (DAIR)

  • To develop a community consensus about and board support for University priorities over the next five years, as a guide to decision-making and allocation of resources
  • This process will produce a strategic plan for AUC that:
    • Sets out a clear framework for achieving AUC\'s institutional priorities over the next five to seven years;
    • Enhances AUC\'s ability to raise and invest its resources to achieve its goals;
    • Provides measures to monitor and assess progress and revise the plan as needed.
  • Previous plan, “Transforming AUC: 2011-2013”, ended last year
  • Where do we want to be in 2019, our 100th anniversary?
the process
The Process
  • Designed to engage a wide range of stakeholders, be transparent, and provide accountability.
  • A Steering Committee, composed of faculty and academic administrators, students, alumni, members of the administration and University trustees, will oversee the process and supervise work of task forces.
  • Task forces will manage deliberations on strategic directions of the university.
    • Task forces are expected to consult widely with relevant constituencies.
the process1
The Process
  • Task force work should reflect AUC’s mission, vision, values and institutional priorities.
    • Task forces should consider the following questions in their deliberations:
      • Is it strategic?
      • Will it take advantage of our strengths?
      • Will it make us more distinctive?
      • Will it increase our competitiveness for attracting the best faculty, staff, and students?
      • What kinds of resources will it require?
    • Task force reports will submit a short list of recommendations in May.
  • A small working group will prepare the draft plan for approval by the Board of Trustees. Drafts will be circulated for feedback from the community.
  • DAIR is supporting the work of the strategic planning process.
the steering committee
The Steering Committee
  • Conveners: Lisa Anderson and Richard Bartlett
  • Chair: Mohamed AbouZeid (Prof. and Chair, CANG)
  • Faculty and Academic Administration
    • Ehab Abdel Rahman (Assoc. Prov., Research), Nathaniel Bowditch (Dean, HUSS), Aziza Ellozy (PoP, CLT Dir.), HananKholoussy (Assoc. Prof., HIST), Ted Purinton (Assoc. Prov., Strategic Initiatives; Assoc. Dean, GSE; Assoc. Prof.); Ahmed Tolba (Assoc. Prof, MKTG; KRCC Dir.; Chair, MGMT)
  • Students: Ahmed Atalla (Pres., SU) and Mohamed Mansoury (Sr. Justice, Student Court)
  • Trustees: Eva Bellin, James Bond, Hisham El-Khazindar, AtefEltoukhy, Paul Lawler, David Tirell
  • Administration: Amir Habib (Acting. Exec. Dir., Budget and Financial Planning) and SohairSaad (Exec. Dir., Student Financial Affairs and Scholarships)
the task forces
The Task Forces
  • From the Classroom to the Community – Aziza Ellozy
    • To address questions related to teaching and learning
  • Living Together, Learning Together – Nate Bowditch
    • To look at campus life, particularly in New Cairo, and utilization of our physical facilities
  • Discovery, Development, and Dissemination – Ehab Abdel Rahman
    • To examine the impact of research on reputation
  • Recruiting, Rewarding, and Retaining Faculty – Ahmed Tolba
    • To examine the mix of faculty that best suits the mission of AUC in the 21st century
  • Constituents, Clients, Communities: Expanding Impact in Egypt, the Region, and the World – Ted Purinton
    • To examine enrollment and outreach
  • Ensuring Effectiveness – Mohamed AbouZeid
    • To focus on operational effectiveness, implementation and assessment of planning efforts
community engagement
Community Engagement
  • Environmental Scan/SWOT
  • Community discussions
  • Surveys, focus groups, and personal interviews
  • Website:
  • AUC: Future Talk
the timeline
The Timeline
  • February – August 2013
    • Preliminary data collection
    • Completion of review of AUC\'s progress in meeting recommendations from the 2008 self-study
  • December 2013 – January 2014
    • Launch of steering committee and task forces, development of data and research requests, and continued data collection and analysis
    • Development of strategic planning website and social media 
  • February – March 2014
    • Formal launch of the strategic planning consultations
    • Second and third Steering Committee meetings 
    • Task force weekly meetings
    • Community discussions and other engagement activities
    • Task force progress reports due
the timeline1
The Timeline
  • April – May 2014
    • Fourth Steering Committee meeting to review progress reports 
    • Task force preliminary reports due
    • Steering Committee retreat to review preliminary reports
    • Task forces meet to continue to refine and complete recommendations; task force final recommendations due
    • Fifth meeting of the Steering Committee to review and discuss final recommendations 
    • First draft of strategic plan sent to Steering Committee for review and discussion
  • June – August 2014
    • First draft sent to Board of Trustees. Once approved as a draft, the plan will be posted to the website and shared on social media for feedback.
    • Refine plan and define resource implications, develop time-related milestones
  • September – October 2014
    • Community feedback sessions to solicit feedback on draft plan
    • Final meeting of the Steering Committee
    • Final draft submitted for approval by the Board of Trustees
    • Communication to the AUC community
your role
Your Role
  • Get involved!
    • Attend events, join conversations on AUC: Future Talk, follow updates, read reports, send feedback, seek out task forces
  • Prepare your units to revise/develop unit plans once the strategic plan is approved.
    • First draft in June, final version in October.