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Le Moyne College Management Division. Le Moyne College Management Division Envisioning Our Future. February 24, 2010. Outline. The Bucket Brigades: An Organic Process Current State Analysis First Steps, Next Steps Our Vision, Timeline.

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outline
Outline
  • The Bucket Brigades: An Organic Process
  • Current State Analysis
  • First Steps, Next Steps
  • Our Vision, Timeline
slide3

Bucket One: Exploring Business SchoolsIerlan, Zimmer, Orne

  • Virtually all AACSB accredited units have schools
  • Form of school is sometimes an element of strategy
  • Our divisional structure may be a market weakness
  • Growth of online programs is a strategic threat
  • SUNY’s size and diversity is a strategic threat
  • Industry segment “inflection point” may be coming
  • As a result, a near-term change of both strategy & structure was recommended
bucket two central new york carney downey hart feulner grabowski kulick lin sim
Bucket Two: Central New YorkCarney, Downey-Hart, Feulner, Grabowski, Kulick, Lin, Sim
  • Conversations with community/business leaders
  • Created online survey for local business leaders across sectors
  • Results echo AAUP National Survey (January, 2010)
  • Employers interested in clear skills (finance, computer technology, etc.) and
    • Ability to manage independently - Leadership
    • Analytical/Critical Thinking - Creativity
    • Interpersonal Skills - Problem Solving

“Superior technical and self management skills and a strong work ethic….”

“No boundaries, no barriers, no theories…real world, collaboration….”

“Make accessibility and sustainability prime directives. Reach out.”

bucket three the future o connor grabowski lee wright
Bucket Three: The FutureO’Connor, Grabowski, Lee, Wright

Where We’ve Been

Timeline: Beginnings, Arrivals, Key Moments, Accomplishments

“Tell Us Something Good”

Where We’re Going

Mind Map: paying attention to… Key Forces, Trends, Stakeholders, Global and Local

Considering commitment, alignment, market need, and scalability

bucket four arogyaswamy kulick lepak mccallum schonsheck
Bucket FourArogyaswamy, Kulick, Lepak, McCallum, Schonsheck
  • Highlight/capitalize on our Jesuit identity/character/mission through national and international partnerships
  • Ethical leadership, sustainability, non-profit management (including healthcare) are mission-appropriate
  • Strive for academic excellence in all of our programs, and national recognition for our excellence in Jesuit business education
management division 2010
ManagementDivision 2010

Newest (Jesuit) School to receive AACSB accreditation (2009)

Member of IBM, SAP and Oracle University Alliances

90% of graduates employed full-time within 6 months of graduation; 5% in graduate school

Dual majors and concentrations – Accounting/IS, Leadership/IS, Finance/IS or AMA, Marketing/IS or AMA, AMA/IS

Synchronous and asynchronous learning

portable hard drives, textbook downloads

Multiple experiential learning opportunities

Service learning (AMA, IS, Non-Profit Marketing, BUS capstone…)

Internships in for-profit and non-profit settings

Volunteer work (Volunteers in Tax Assistance (VITA))

Kaufmann Foundation grants (Franciscan Ministries, North Side Collaborative)

Study Abroad – Barcelona, Beijing, Warsaw…

Technical and Project Management Certification –

Oracle, SAP, IBM, Project Management Institute

what distinguishes a le moyne management division graduate 2010
What Distinguishes a Le Moyne Management Division Graduate (2010)?
  • Jesuit liberal arts education
  • Strong, celebrated Business and Accounting foundation
  • Management specialties
  • Multiple experiential learning opportunities
  • Ethics and values
analysis porter s competitive forces model
Analysis: Porter’s Competitive Forces Model
  • Undergrad:
  • Shrinking prospective student base
  • Undifferentiated product (No identity)
  • Few switching costs
  • Low margins
  • Underinvestment in capital resources
  • MBA:
  • Increasingly competitive environment
  • Shrinking employer support
  • Undifferentiated product
  • Lack of investment to capitalize program and or its investments
how will we compete
How will we compete?
  • New products and services
  • coupled with…
  • Links & Alliances
  • International Jesuit network
  • Jesuit Business Schools
  • 450 years of intellectual rigor
  • = Sustainability

National Tier One

Schools

SUNY

Historically,

Le Moyne

Differentiated product

Brand loyalty

constellations of differentiation
Constellations of Differentiation
  • Commitments to…
  • Pedagogy/Andragogy
  • Experiential Learning
  • International/Global
  • Not for Profit Service,
  • Management
  • Sustainability, social
  • responsibility & ethics
  • Leadership
  • Healthcare
  • Technology, innovation
  • and ethics
  • Unique Global Jesuit Network
  • Leading the 27 Jesuit schools
  • Case study series/repository
  • Action science —
    • Reflective Leadership
  • International network for
  • students and faculty
immediate next steps march to september 2010
Immediate Next Steps: March to September 2010
  • Develop signature programs
  • Refinethe vision
    • Commitment, market forces, scalability
    • Competitive advantage, mission, resources
  • Broaden the vision
    • Constituent conversations
    • Industry partners
    • Advisory boards
    • Trustees and donors
    • Students and alumni groups
  • Address short term challenges
    • MBA Initiative
    • AACSB preparation – international, intellectual contributions…
    • Academic qualifications, participation/sufficiency in classroom
  • Management Division Retreat
  • held March 2010
  • CJBE Conference, Marquette,
  • July 2010
slide13
Management Division Retreat March 26, 2010

Working meetings April 7, April 14

School of Business Brand Identification

Everyone is engaged

Distinctive programs

Invitation to reflection on disciplines’ relationship to Jesuit education (1st draft, May, 2010)

MBA Initiative

Elmer, Wright, Downey-Hart, Kulick, Sim, Zimmer

AACSB Bucket

Tracking inputs and exceeding accreditation expectations

Wright, Kulick, Elmer, Lepak

March – April, 2010

march april 2010
March – April, 2010

Management Division Assessment Committee

Assessment processes underway – Lepak, Myers, Lin, Elmer

Two new learning objectives – global, leadership (Assessed May, 2010)

Mgmt Division Curriculum Committee

Collins, Orne, Lin, Sim, Consler, Kulick, Arno

Curricular platforms – Orne, Sim

Divisional leadership conversations underway

Partnership, Research Initiatives

  • Partnerships
  • Non Profit Sustainability – Madden Professorship
  • SRCTec – Govt Systems certificate
  • HRM certificate programs
  • Health IS – St Joseph’s, Upstate
  • Kauffman Foundation E-nitiatives
  • Research
  • Cybersecurity – Financial Services Sector R&D Committee,
      • Morgan Stanley, BNYMellon, BITS, FSTC
  • NSF Technology, Innovation & Ethics
distinctive program s step 1
Distinctive Program(s) – Step 1
  • Sustainability
    • - Physical environment – green, ecosystems
    • - Corporate environment - Social Responsibility (organizational and
    • individual decision making) & innovative culture
    • - Economic environment – making markets work
    • - Individual – care of the whole person, sustainable
    • life styles
    • - Jesuit identity & ethics
  • Multiple, Interconnected Systems
  • Jesuit Business Model
    • - Sustainable, long-term value creation
    • - Partnering across interconnected systems to create
    • sustainable value chains

MAGIS

distinctive program s step 2
Distinctive Program(s) – Step 2

Sustainability Theme

  • Curriculum
  • Programming
    • - Seminars, brown bags, conferences, workshops…
    • - Research, grants, test beds, partnerships…
    • - Honors projects, student involvement, community links…
  • AACSB Alignment, Assessment
    • - Mission, intellectual contributions, global-mandate
  • Engagement with community, constituent groups
  • Regional, national, international reputation

Elements

distinctive program s step 3
Distinctive Program(s) – Step 3

Sustainability Theme

Build

  • Building Strategic Alliances, Core Competence
  • IBM Sustainability Conference, NYC (June)
  • Assurance of Learning convention, Denver (June)
  • CJBE Conference Milwaukee (July)

Renaissance Platforms for Renewal – Accepted Proposal

  • International Assoc Jesuit Business School Conference Manila (July)
  • Society for Organizational Learning, DC (November)
  • Jesuit Business Model Case Series
  • Link to Madden Institute
  • Editorial clearinghouse, annual conference?
  • Sustainable, long-term value creation
  • - Partnering across to create sustainable value chains -
  • In the works…
  • Leadership
  • Health Systems
  • Technology,
  • Innovation &
  • Ethics
april september 2010
April – September, 2010

School of Business Brand Identification

Reflection on disciplines’ relationship to Jesuit education (May )

MBA Initiative – short and long-term activities underway

View book, brochure, social networking, customer-facing activities

Meetings with external community, keynotes, rebuilding links

Themes, curriculum, programming, assessment

AACSB Task Force

Meet and exceed three AACSB mandates – Mission, Intellectual Contributions, Global Perspective

2010 Annual Report

Management Division Curriculum Committee

Curricular impactof distinctive programs

Links across the college – Biology, Sustainable Systems

april september 20101
April – September, 2010

Share the Vision –

Chamber of Commerce, Metropolitan Development Agency, 40 Under 40, Leadership Greater Syracuse…

Academic and Research Partners

BNYMellon, Morgan Stanley, Lockheed Martin, SRCTec, Sensis,

IBM, Oracle, SAP, Microsoft, JPMorgan-Chase

Management Division Advisory Committee (May)

Information Systems Program Advisory Committee (Sept)

Create MBA Advisory Council

Accounting Advisory Board

Alumni Groups

MBA Focus Groups

Business Student Focus Groups

OneLeMoyne process model articulated

Leadership process discussions … thank you!

september 2010 deliverables
September, 2010 Deliverables
  • School of Business brand/identity/programs identified
  • Distinctive programs identified
    • Topics, resources, partners, schedule
  • Curricular and assessment impact articulated
  • MBA strategy in place – complement college strategy
  • AACSB annual report prepared by accreditation process group
  • OneLeMoyne process model articulated
roadmap near term
Roadmap – Near Term

Goals 2010 - 2012

  • Management Division curriculum review
    • Le Moyne Core revision impact
    • School of Business identity, signature programs impact
  • AACSB reaccreditation processes established
  • Partnerships with industry, community, funding sources established, strengthened
  • Global alliances and new programs established, tested, assessed

Resources

  • Freshening of existing space
  • An identified space for our students
  • Conference Center
  • Endowed signature programs
  • Endowed chairs
roadmap medium long term
Roadmap – Medium, Long Term

Goals 2012 – 2020

  • Reaccredited, internationally recognized

programs

  • Jesuit business school leadership
  • Links, alliances, programs, processes
  • Lessons learned, best practices
  • A named School of Business (2013)
vision and timeline
Vision and Timeline

2011

2012

2013

  • Jesuit Business School Leadership
  • Links, Alliances
  • Case Study Series
  • Named School of Business
  • Path to Global
  • Business School
  • Leadership
  • Identity Space
  • Local
  • Leadership