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Leadership Team Update on Student Affairs Strategic Planning. Vice Chancellor Padilla and The Breakfast Club September 9, 2004. What’s the Breakfast Club?.

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leadership team update on student affairs strategic planning

Leadership Team Update on Student Affairs Strategic Planning

Vice Chancellor Padilla and

The Breakfast Club

September 9, 2004

what s the breakfast club
What’s the Breakfast Club?

Vice Chancellor Padilla met for breakfast with some of the Student Affairs managers to discuss strategic planning. He subsequently asked us to lead the effort for the division.

what s already taken place
What’s already taken place?

March & April

Reviewed Accomplishments

Conducted SWOT Analysis (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, & Threats)

May

Managers Retreat

Summer

Developed Initiatives

how the pieces fit together
How the Pieces Fit Together
  • Mission: Direction and vision of what our Division seeks to accomplish
  • Student Development Theory: Philosophical underpinnings for us as SA professionals
  • Initiatives: What we need, building on strengths and opportunities, to achieve our Mission
what s coming
What’s Coming?
  • Mission Statement
  • Student Development Pathway
  • Technology
  • Revenue Enhancement
  • Communications
mission statement
Mission Statement

Charge: To develop a new mission statement that will reflect the current organization and direction of the division.

Chair: Eddie Bankston

mission statement input
Mission Statement: Input

• Give comments on these drafts by September 17th.

• Volunteer to participate in the focus group that reviews the feedback from these drafts

Eddie Bankston

bankston@berkeley.edu

student development
Student Development

Charge: To create meaningful opportunities for staff within Student Affairs to engage one another on the latest research and practices within Higher Education and student life.

Co-Chairs: Karen Kenney and Jerlena Griffin-Desta

student development foci
Student Development Foci

1.Professional Development - plan activities and programs that seek to educate staff about the current trends and issues within Student Affairs. Examples include conferences, readers, workshops, etc.;

2. Assessment/Research - make clearer the benefits of student development approaches to program and service delivery, and its attending effects on student performance and

3. Analysis - further define how student development approaches are currently used within Student Affairs units, from operations to programs and services.

student development1
Student Development:

For more information and to get involved,

contact Karen D Kenney

kenney@berkeley.edu

By September 17th

technology
Technology

Charge: To develop a strategic plan for technology that will enable the division to deliver a broad range of on-line student services by:

  • assessing the current state of our technology;
  • identifying efficiencies;
  • developing strategies that will integrate high tech and high touch services.
technology1
Technology

Co-chairs: Tim Heidinger &

Angela Blackstone

Have several volunteers, but if you’re interested contact the Breakfast Club Liaison

Susie Castillo-Robson

scr@berkeley.edu

By September 17th

revenue enhancement
Revenue Enhancement

Charge: To identify revenue streams and strategic approaches that support the goals of the division through a variety of ways - fees (fee referenda, fee for service), development (donors, grants) and commercial partnerships.

revenue enhancement input
Revenue Enhancement: Input

Co-chairs: To be decided

To volunteer, contact

Breakfast Club Liaison

Cheryl Haigh Resh

chaigh@berkeley.edu

By September 17th

communications
Communications

Charge: To create a strategic communications plan for Student Affairs that will help us communicate the work of the division more effectively to both internal and external audiences, to help us to communicate the activities, needs, decisions, and successes of the division.

communications input
Communications: Input

Co-chairs: to be decided

To volunteer, contact Esther Gulli

egulli@berkeley.edu

By September 17th

what s coming1
What’s Coming?

Mission Statement completed in October.

Student Development likely ongoing.

Plans from Technology, Revenue Enhancement, and Communications expected by December.

Mid-year retreat to evaluate the package.

please get involved
Please Get Involved!

Participate in these discussions.

Provide Input and Volunteer

by September 17th!

THANKS!