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MDCC Survey Results Fall 2009. Neil Ross Chair MDCC April 16, 2010. Aim of MDCC and Survey. MDCC (Membership Development and Communications Committee) was formed to look into the following areas: Institutional membership and partnerships Student awareness and engagement Communications

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Mdcc survey results fall 2009

MDCC Survey ResultsFall 2009

Neil Ross

Chair MDCC

April 16, 2010


Aim of mdcc and survey
Aim of MDCC and Survey

  • MDCC (Membership Development and Communications Committee) was formed to look into the following areas:

    • Institutional membership and partnerships

    • Student awareness and engagement

    • Communications

  • The committee would consult stakeholders on APICS activities and report back to Council on findings

  • Surveys (Faculty, students and external) to gauge awareness, interest and perceived importance of APICS activities (present and future)

  • First target group – Faculty and Administrative Personnel – key stakeholder group responsible for conducting majority of APICS activities


  • Survey logistics
    Survey logistics

    • Spring/Summer 2009 - Survey prepared

    • Fall 2009: Sent to APICS members for wider distribution

      • University faculty and Administrators

      • Others

  • Winter 2010 - Findings reviewed (SMU, StFX students)

    • Jen Martinell

  • Spring 2010 – Findings presented to APICS Council


  • Results
    Results

    • General graphed data

    • Analyzed data

      • Correlated Questions on importance with likelihood to participate

      • Checked for trends with respect to age


    General data type and affiliation
    General Data (Type and affiliation)

    Faculty largest group

    Broad representation wrt University


    General data age
    General Data (Age)

    Shade 2 groups

    Even split 44 under and 45 over

    Some data examined with respect to age difference (<45 & >45)


    General data awareness
    General Data (Awareness)


    General data importance to respondent
    General Data (Importance to Respondent)


    General data importance
    General Data (Importance)


    General data future importance
    General Data (Future Importance)


    General data participation
    General Data (Participation)


    Analyzed data frequency of ranking
    Analyzed Data (frequency of ranking)


    Analyzed data frequency of ranking1
    Analyzed Data (frequency of ranking)

    16 of 21 “Other” identified themselves as students


    Analyzed data likelihood of participation
    Analyzed Data (likelihood of participation)


    Analyzed data top ranked vs age
    Analyzed Data (Top ranked VS age)


    Analyzed data top ranked vs age1
    Analyzed Data (Top ranked VS age)


    Analyzed data apics website
    Analyzed Data (APICS Website)


    Some observations
    Some observations

    • Student conferences top priority

    • Other activities ranked high and likely to encourage participation - e.g….

      • Facilitation of collaboration

      • Grad student recruitment

      • Networking with colleagues

      • Learning about research in Atl. Canada


    Questions to be addressed in strategic planning exercises
    Questions to be addressed in Strategic Planning exercises

    • Do the results of the survey

      • reflect reality?

      • Correspond with the views within the room?

    • Are there ways to use data to

      • increase participation of faculty (prime interface between APICS and students)?

      • Develop strategies to enhance these activities in future APICS events?


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