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Preliminary Results of AQIP Examiner Survey. Presented at Faculty Mandatory Day May 12, 2004. Participation. Total surveys completed: 1,408 % of full-time employees completing the survey: 78% % of part-time employees completing the survey: 27%. Organizational Perspective (OP) Index.

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Preliminary results of aqip examiner survey

Preliminary Results of AQIP Examiner Survey

Presented at

Faculty Mandatory Day

May 12, 2004


Participation
Participation

  • Total surveys completed: 1,408

  • % of full-time employees completing the survey: 78%

  • % of part-time employees completing the survey: 27%


Organizational perspective op index
Organizational Perspective (OP) Index

Tri-C Organizational Perspective Index = 29.2

Maximum = 40




Caution
Caution

  • No value judgments

  • Evaluation of details needed

  • Evaluation by employees category needed

  • Need to add impact of approximately 1,500 comments


Next steps
Next Steps

  • Present these results collegewide

  • Organize and convene a committee to synthesize and analyze detailed results.

  • Organize and convene a committee to identify other sources of possible action projects and identify outstanding issues.

  • Identify a process for getting collegewide input in prioritizing action projects for the College to take to the AQIP Strategy Forum in October.


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