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Faculty Senate Meeting The University of Arkansas Fayetteville, AR November 14, 2007 Bob Smith Provost & Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, The University of Arkansas. Provost Report. • Institutional Strategic Planning & the 2010 Commission

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Provost report

Faculty Senate Meeting

The University of Arkansas

Fayetteville, AR

November 14, 2007

Bob Smith

Provost & Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, The University of Arkansas

Provost Report


Outline

• Institutional Strategic Planning & the 2010 Commission

• Integration with College/School Planning & UA Budgeting

• The 2% Reallocation Process

Outline


Strategic planning

Vision

Mission

Environmental Scanning

Goals & Objectives

Strategic Planning

Roy Lichtenstein (American, 1923-1997)

Blam 1962; Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT

Dusty Higgins


Vision

Where are you headed?

What will your unit look like when you get there?

Statement—a Single Sentence

Difficulties in Crafting Vision

Challenging Different Perceptions (e.g., UConn)

Confusion with Mission Statement

Vision


Uaf vision

UAF Vision . . .

A nationally competitive, student-centered research university serving Arkansas and the world.


Mission

What do you do?

How do you do it?

Answers to Questions Help Define the Mission

Answers Shaped by Assessment of 1) Quality (sine qua non); 2) Scope (not all things to all people); 3) Responsiveness to Needs (economic, cultural & intellectual imperatives); 4) Effectiveness (assessment); 5) Cost & Cost/Benefit; 6) Uniqueness

Mission


Moving on

Where you are going (vision)

“How” & “what” you will doing to get there (mission)

Role & Scope Statement: Combining Vision & Mission (UA Statement: Handout)

Consider Environment for Growth & Development: Environmental Context or Scanning

Moving On


Environmental context

•Institutional & Unit Strengths

•Weaknesses

• Internal & External Opportunities

•Threats.

•SWOT: Selective Excellence, Reconfiguration, Prognostication

• Study Broadly, Identify Strengths, Seek Excellence, Develop Interconnections

EnvironmentalContext


Goals objectives

• Need for Goals & Objectives

• Goals: Overarching or Long-Term End-points

• Objectives: Shorter-term Results

Goals & Objectives


Institutional long range planning

• Programmatic versus Capital Planning

• Role of CEO

• Mix of Extramural & Intramural Members

• Plans/Reports Over Five-to-Ten-Year Periods

• Traditional Elements: Vision, Mission, SWOT, Goals & Objectives

• SWOT: National & Global Perspectives

• Mesh with National & International Reports

Institutional Long-Range Planning


Ua 2010 commission early development

• Composition of Commission (92)

• Chair: Reynie Rutledge, UA Double Alumus, Banker, Searcy, AR; Executive Secretary, RVS

• Focus Group Meetings

• ATA Papers: Five, Report #1; One Each, Reports #2-4

• Benchmarking: 53 Peers

• Model Adopted: LSU, Texas A & M University, Texas Tech University, the Universities of Mississippi & Texas at Austin

UA 2010 Commission: Early Development

Reynie Rutledge


Ua 2010 commission reports

• Making the Case, September 10, 2001

• Picking Up the Pace, March 2, 2004

• Gaining Ground, March 3, 2005

• Raising the Bar, March 6, 2007

• Timing with AR Legislative Sessions (05, 07 & 09)

• UA & State Consciousness

• DHE Funding Formula & State Funding

UA 2010 Commission: Reports


Fy08 budget hearings decisions

• Budget Presentations, February 21 to March 26, 2007

• Deans, Colleges & Schools, & Vice Chancellors of Divisions (e.g., Student Affairs, Finance & Administration, Academic Affairs)

• Executive Committee & Faculty Governance Leadership

• Reallocation Process: 2% Reduction, Build-back & Build-up (Based on Strategic Priorities)

• Plus Revenue Producing or One-Time Items

• FY08 E & G Budget = $218.7 M (Academic Affairs = $134.0 M [61.3%]) (One-pageHandout)

• “New” Resources: 2% Reallocation Pool, Tuition (FY08) & Increased State Support (Importance of Funding Formula)

• Total Increase (over 98% base) = $12.5 M (Academic Affairs = $7.66 M; Unit Increases Aver. = 7.1% [1.5-21.3%])

• Increases to Colleges & Schools (Two-pageHandout)

FY08 Budget Hearings & Decisions


Summary

• Institutional Strategic Planning & the 2010 Commission

• Integration with College/School Planning & UA Budgeting

• The 2% Reallocation Process

Summary


Ttb the two dollar bill

TTB: The Two-Dollar Bill

  • $2 Quiz: Who’s portrait is on . . . ?

  • $2/100 Corollary to 2% Reallocation

  • Putting Budget in Perspective

  • Importance of Priorities

  • Understanding Real Needs & Budget Limitations

  • State Allocations Behind by $39.7 Million

  • Need for Resourcefulness

Signing of the Declaration of

Independence

John Trumbull (1756-1843)

“Universities share one characteristic with compulsive gamblers and exiled royalty; there is never enough money to satisfy their desires.”

—Derek Bok (1930- ) President, Harvard University (1971-1991)

Derek Bok


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