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WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION PROFESSOR RAMA THIRUNAMACHANDRAN VICE-CHANCELLOR
Canterbury Christ Church UniversityStrategic Plan 2015 - 2020 Timeline Jan 2014 Mar 2014 May 2014 Jun-Dec 2014 Focus and shape Feb 2014 Agreement of Apr 2014 Agreement of Jun 2014 Operational of Strategic Plan Management External Stakeholder Staff Conference high level Staff Conference Plan/Business Framework by Forum - Engagement by - consultation Strategic Plan by - finalisation Plan SMT consultation Governing Body Governing Body Approval of Strategic Plan by Governing Body Apr – May 2014 Jun – Dec 2014 Feb – Apr 2014 -External Stakeholder Engagement May-Jun 2014 3 year Business - Mapping for External Stakeholder Engagement -Open Staff Meetings - Governing Body/SMT Event Planning Process -Academic Staff Forum - consultation - Management Forum - -University Academic Board and Committees presentation of findings - consultation from External Stakeholder Engagement COMMUNICATION STRATEGY TO STAFF
OVERVIEW OF THE STRATEGIC PLANNING PROCESS CONTEXT • Current external Higher Education and economic context • A restructure of the Senior Management Team individual responsibilities • General Modular Scheme Review FOCUS FOR THE UNIVERSITY 2015 – 2020 • Remain broad based • Remain multi faculty and multi subject • Delivery of partnerships will be central to future operating models
STRATEGIC PLAN THEMES The following key themes inform the Strategic Planning consultation process and will shape the overarching academic framework for the Strategy: Strategic Themes Will inform the focus of future University activity • Undergraduate provision • Postgraduate provision • The Student Experience • Research and Knowledge Exchange Enabling Themes Inform all Strategic themes and will support activity moving forwards • The Staff Experience • Sustainability • Internationalisation
STRATEGIC PLAN FRAMEWORK – 2015 - 2020 • the Strategic Plan will form a two page Framework and be underpinned by an Operational Plan • the Operational Plan will closely link with the Business planning process which will be on a three year cycle from 2015-16 • the Values set out in the Strategic Plan 2011-2015 will be reviewed, updated and incorporated into the new Strategic Plan • the Plan will include a brief Mission/Vision Statement
REVIEW OF WHERE WE ARE NOW INSTRATEGIC PLANNING PROCESS Consultation Process (January to April 2014) • Senior Management Team • Management Group including the Students’ Union • University Committees of the Governing Body and Academic Board • Academic Staff Forum • External Stakeholders • Other internal forums The consultation process has informed the development of the key Strategic Themes and Enabling Themes to be discussed today. Consultation Process (Late April to May 2014) • Staff Conference including the Students’ Union • Various Staff and Student forums
Formalisation and implementation of Strategic Plan Governing Body/Senior Management Team Event – 8/9 May 2014 • Identification and agreement of Strategic Framework document – informed by the internal and external consultation process including the outcomes from the Staff Conference May and June 2014 • Further consultation and finalisation of the Strategic Framework • Formal approval of the Strategic Framework document by Governing Body – 24 June 2014 July 2014 – March 2015 • Alignment of Operating Plan to inform future three year Business Planning process • Implementation of Strategic Plan - early Spring 2015