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College of Human Medicine. Executive Committee & Department Administrators Group Presentation. May 2006. BOLDNESS BY DESIGN. Strategic Imperatives. Expand International Reach. Enrich Community, Economic, and Family Life. Enhance the Student Experience. Strengthen Stewardship.

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College of human medicine

College of Human Medicine

Executive Committee & Department Administrators Group Presentation

May 2006


Boldness by design

BOLDNESS BY DESIGN


Strategic imperatives

Strategic Imperatives

  • Expand International Reach

Enrich Community, Economic, and Family Life

Enhance the

Student Experience

Strengthen Stewardship

Increase Research Opportunity


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Strategic Imperatives

Community, Economic,

and Family Life

Student Experience

Quality

Connectivity

Inclusion

Research Opportunity

International Reach

Stewardship/Diversity


Institutional transformation land grant world grant

Institutional TransformationLand Grant  World Grant

THE DRIVERS : Strategic Planning Strands

  • Conceptual Framework for Academic Planning driven by Boldness By Design Strategic Indicators through 2012

  • Long Term Financial Framework

  • Accreditation Recommendations

  • 2020 Campus Master Plan


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Institutional TransformationLand GrantWorld Grant

THE DRIVERS : Strategic Planning Strands

Operational Indicators

  • Metrics: University-Level; Unit-Level

  • Enrollment Planning

  • Institutional Capacity Assessment

  • Research Activity

  • Strategic Partnerships

  • Financial Solvency and Independence


2005 06 transformational activities what we ve been doing where we want to go

2005-06 TRANSFORMATIONALACTIVITIES: What We’ve Been Doing & Where We Want to Go

  • Invested over $10 million in academic programs: The Quality Fund

  • Successful 10 year re-accreditation by North Central Accreditation

  • Ground discussion of institutional measures of progress that can be used to assess whether we are on the way to achieving our goal of becoming a world-grant university and a leading land-grant research university by 2012


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2005-06 TRANSFORMATIONALACTIVITIES: What We’ve Been Doing& Where We Want to Go

  • Provide overarching framework for the university’s engagement on the global stage in the 21st century

  • Re-envision the annual budget process for the university


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Institutional Transformation: What We’ve Done in the Past

  • Build upon & promote interdisciplinary and cross-unit collaborations low entry barriers

  • Strengthen the undergraduate experience

  • Strengthen liberal arts and sciences

  • Expand undergraduate living & learning options

  • Strengthen and enrich graduate education and research

  • Improve acquisition, use and allocation of resources.


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Institutional TransformationLand Grant  World Grant

  • The Provost is the architect for the implementation of BbD strategic planning.

  • Colleges and academic units provide the intellectual foundation, innovation, energy and knowledge generation.


Provost planning themes

Provost Planning Themes

  • The academic plan is the “hope for the future”.

  • Identify and acknowledge areas of excellence for the university:

    Research “Gems”: Environmental Science & Policy

    Health & Biomedical Research

    Families and Communities

    Renewable Resources (Biomass)

    Cross-Unit Initiatives


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Provost Planning Themes

  • The University must have strong disciplines in order to have strong interdisciplinary programs

  • Best route to success is strategic fundingselective investments vs. widely distributed/”equitable” investments

  • Recognition that University must achieve multiple missions of teaching, research & outreach


Provost planning themes2

Provost Planning Themes

Realities and Challenges

  • Reality: Declining state support will only continue

  • Challenges: How to move from land grant  world grant in environment of scarce resources


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Institutional TransformationLand Grant  World Grant

What We Need to Ask Ourselves

  • Whether program & resource allocation decisions need to be altered

  • How we organize for optimal outcomes

  • How we can create conditions to diversify our revenue stream and make ourselves more financially self-supporting

  • How to improve our competitive position by acting boldly rather than retrenching


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Provost Planning Themes

Revisioning Budgeting/Resource Allocation

Process

  • Summer phase where Provost will provide deans and academic directors with general sense of academic direction and the University’s academic foci and priorities for coming year

  • Fall semester strategic planning phase connected to a spring budget planning phase

  • Some revisions to process have been tested in Spring 2006

  • Metrics and goals associated with BbD to provide basis for accountability


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Provost Planning Themes

Objectives of Revised Budgeting Process

  • Simplification

  • Focus budget planning on strategic, long-term issues

  • Incorporate a multi-year planning horizon into annual planning

  • Connect resource allocation decisions to strategic priorities

  • Strengthen accountability


Criteria for assessing requests factors for success

CONSISTENCY WITH UNIT STRATEGIC DIRECTION

BREADTH OF IMPACT

ROBUST METRICS

EASE OF IMPLEMENTATION

SUSTAINABILITY: Financial and Operational

CRITERIA FOR ASSESSING REQUESTS: Factors for Success


Criteria for assessing requests factors for success1

CRITERIA FOR ASSESSING REQUESTS: Factors for Success

  • SYNERGY WITH RESEARCH “GEMS”/THEMES

  • CAPITALIZE ON STRENGTHS

  • SOLUTION-ORIENTED

  • COHERENCE WITH BBD IMPERATIVES

  • ACADEMIC REPUTATION


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