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How to develop smart goals. Dr. Sara hinkle , AVP for Student Affairs Division of Student affairs staff retreat January 14, 2014 . Strategic planning. Create Vision/Mission Statement Develop Goals Make Action Steps Assess Goals and Actions Steps. Developing GoAls.

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How to develop smart goals

How to develop smart goals

Dr. Sara hinkle, AVP for Student Affairs

Division of Student affairs staff retreat

January 14, 2014


Strategic planning
Strategic planning

  • Create Vision/Mission Statement

  • Develop Goals

  • Make Action Steps

  • Assess Goals and Actions Steps


Developing goals
Developing GoAls

  • What is most important now? Where do you want to invest your time, energy, and resources?

  • Focus on 5-7 goal per year

  • SWOT analysis (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats)

  • Make them SMART


Smart goals
SMART GoAls

  • S = Specific

  • M = Measurable

  • A = Attainable

  • R = Realistic

  • T = Timely


Specific
specific

  • *Who: Who is involved?

  • *What: What do I want to accomplish?

  • *Where: Identify a location.

  • *When: Establish a time frame.

  • *Which: Identify requirements and constraints.

  • *Why: Specific reasons, purpose or benefits of accomplishing the goal.


Specific1
specific

  • Within the next two years, reduce by 50% the number of students needing remedial (over the past five years, ___% of students have required this assistance).

  • Goal focuses on students and deals with basic skills, a strategic direction for the college.


Measurable
measurable

  • Concrete criteria for measuring progress toward goal attainment

  • Ask:

  • How much? How many? How will you know when you’ve reached your goal?


Measurable1
Measurable

  • Within the next two years, reduce by 50% the number of students needing remedial (over the past five years, ___% of students have required this assistance).

  • The school knows how many students have required assistance in the past and will be able to determine if that number drops by 50%.


Attainable
attainable

  • You have the attitude, abilities, skills, resources, and time to achieve this goal.


Attainable1
attainable

  • Within the next two years, reduce by 50% the number of students needing remedial (over the past five years, ___% of students have required this assistance).”

  • Current data confirms that this goal is neither so conservative to be uninspiring nor so high that people will think it’s impossible to achieve.


Realistic
realistic

  • Represents objective toward which you’re willing and able to work

  • Project fits with overall strategy & goals of department

  • May push skills and knowledge, but won’t break them


Realistic1
realistic

  • Within the next two years, reduce by 50% the number of students needing remedial (over the past five years, ___% of students have required this assistance).

  • The goal describes the desired outcome, not the process or activity that might contribute to attaining this outcome.


Timely
timely

  • Realistic timeframe in which to accomplish goal

  • Time must be measurable, attainable, and realistic

  • Create start and endpoints (and possibly mid-way checkpoints)


Timely1
timely

  • Within the next two years, reduce by 50% the number of students needing remedial reading assistance (over the past five years, ____ students have required this assistance).”

  • The goal sets a deadline for accomplishment.


Action steps
Action Steps

  • Your “to-do” list for each goal

  • How will you determine whether you’ve met the goal?

  • What method(s) will you use?

  • Who will be responsible for making this determination and when?

  • Who will keep track of each action step?


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