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Strategic Budget Infusion. Group Two. James Bouse Registrar’s Office Stephanie Dresie Chaney Office of Communications Marie Greig Biology Department

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Group two
Group Two

  • James Bouse Registrar’s Office

  • Stephanie Dresie Chaney Office of Communications

  • Marie Greig Biology Department

  • Karen Jefferis Office of the Provost

  • Lynette M. Schenkel Responsible Conduct of Research

Assignment project two
Assignment: Project Two

  • The Provost has granted $100,000 for strategic investment with the potential for additional funding if your team is able to demonstrate a significant return on that investment. Using the concepts learned in the Financial Stewardship Institute, create a framework for identifying and analyzing potential strategic investments. You may also identify a specific investment proposal to demonstrate the application of this framework in identifying an investment opportunity.

  • Big Ideas…with an administrative twist

Return to the university roi
Return to the University (ROI)

  • Dollar

  • Efficiency

  • Prestige

  • Compliance

Review scoring tool and test project

Review Scoring Tool and Test Project

Strategic budget Infusion RFP

Accreditation of the University of Oregon Human Research Protection Program (HRPP)

What we learned tool project
What We Learned: Tool-Project

  • Quantitative vs. Qualitative

  • Did we ask too much?

  • Would this require a two-tier review process?

  • Could we rephrase our criteria to better solicit information?

  • Don’t make the reviewers have to stretch to find a reason to give a project a high score.

  • Spoon feed project responses in each section that directly explain why the project meets each criterion.

How did the test project score

Applicable to UO Missions? (25)

ROI (35)





Builds on existing strengths? (5)

Sustainability? (25)

Adaptability? (10)

Total - 100

Score: 23.75

Score: 28.49

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Score: 4.24

Score: 21.90

Score: 7.26


How did the Test Project Score?

*Composite score, four reviewers

Dean spock s assessment
Dean Spock’s Assessment?

A great tool, and a project worthy of investment. May it live long, and prosper!

Strategic budget infusion

Group Two


Project Two