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Burgess 8/13/2012. CALS21: Active Strategic Thinking/Planning (Jan-July 1, 2012). May 15 . Winter. Fall Semester. Spring . Summer . External Stakeholder Input. SUBJECTIVE: “WHY” and “WHAT” we need to do ” . F irst attempts at “ HOW”. REVIEW.

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cals21 active strategic thinking planning jan july 1 2012

Burgess 8/13/2012

CALS21: Active Strategic Thinking/Planning (Jan-July 1, 2012)

May 15

Winter

Fall Semester

Spring

Summer

External Stakeholder Input

SUBJECTIVE: “WHY” and “WHAT” we need to do”. First attempts at “HOW”.

REVIEW

EC: CALS Strategic Plan (WHY, WHAT, HOW, WHO). Budget Re-Alignment

Facilitated Visioning

EC

HODS, CEDs, AEDs

CALS’

Faculty

CALS21 Plan enacted

Strategic thinking B. facilitated by heads: Refined questions. By April 15

Unit Strategic Plans facilitated by unit heads. By May 15

Strategic thinking A. facilitated by heads:

12 Questions

Unit Strategic Plan Realignment to fit with CALS21.

UNITS

OBJECTIVE: Where are we now and what more information do we need to determine WHAT we need to do and HOW?

Faculty Consultative Group on Efficiencies, Effectiveness and Innovation

Dean’s Research Advisory Council

Exec Council & Admin Cabinet data collection and evaluation

OP&CD; ED&CES; Res & AES; and other Cabinet areas: Strategic Plan Realignment to fit CALS21

Economics Education taskforce

Ancillary data: e.g. Unit Annual Reviews, Recent Academic Program Reviews

Staff Council & Appointed Professionals Council

AD’s + Cabinet Officers review & Strategic planning for their responsibility area

cals21 active strategic plan
CALS21: Active Strategic plan

May 15

Winter

Spring

Summer

Fall Semester

External Stakeholder Input

SUBJECTIVE: “WHY” and “WHAT” we need to do”. First attempts at “HOW”.

REVIEW

EC: CALS Strategic Plan (WHY, WHAT, HOW, WHO). Budget Re-Alignment

Facilitated Visioning

EC

HODS, CEDs, AEDs

CALS’

Faculty

  • UA PLANNING
  • President’s inauguration - Nov 30
  • ABOR meeting – Dec 6

Strategic thinking B. facilitated by heads: Refined questions. By April 15

Unit Strategic Plans facilitated by unit heads. By May 15

Strategic thinking A. facilitated by heads:

12 Questions

CALS21 Plan

Unit Strategic Plan Realignment to fit with CALS21.

UNITS

OBJECTIVE: Where are we now and what more information do we need to determine WHAT we need to do and HOW?

Faculty Consultative Group on Efficiencies, Effectiveness and Innovation

Dean’s Research Advisory Council

Exec Council & Admin Cabinet data collection and evaluation

Economics Education taskforce

OP&CD; ED&CES; Res & AES; and other Cabinet areas: Strategic Plan Realignment

Ancillary data: e.g. Unit Annual Reviews, Recent Academic Program Reviews

Staff Council & Appointed Professionals Council

AD’s + Cabinet Officers review & Strategic planning for their responsibility area

slide3

metrics,

optimization,

financing

ASPIRATIONS/

VISIONS/

DIRECTIONS

CONSTRAITS

creativity,

salience,

impact

  • Not driven by financial considerations primarily.
  • Must have a genuine vision.
  • However, must not increase CALS costs overall.
slide4

S.T.E.M.

  • New UA S.T.E.M. Center
  • AAU Undergraduate S.T.E.M. Education Initiative
the best prepared students possible
The best prepared students possible
  • Feedback from employers (preliminary)
    • How can we Incorporate more into our curricula:
      • Economics, risk analysis and finance tools
      • Critical thinking , analysis and problem solving
      • Communication
        • Oral
        • Written
      • Cyber intelligence
        • Security
        • Corporate security
      • Leadership in global commerce
curriculum and assessment

Establish Learning Goals within Curriculum

Curriculum and Assessment

  • Change Curriculum based on Findings
  • Assess Learning Goals

Secure

  • Analyze Results
slide8

The best prepared students as possible

  • What has been found by the different majors?
  • We need your input.
  • Contact
    • Office of Career and Academic Services
slide9

ALSO WANTED

IMAGES OF CALS IN THE 21st Century

Robert Casler

rcasler@ag.arizona.edu