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Strat planning briefing slides (june 2011)

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  • 1.  
  • 2. APPROACH
    • As we chart our course in the coming years, we will favor
    • initiatives that feature partnerships and interdisciplinary
    • approaches to problem solving for the university, the Central
    • Florida city-state and beyond. All the while, UCF will stay
    • focused on the sustainability of its people, resources, and
    • environment.
  • 3. PARTNERSHIPS
    • UCF has rich history of successful partnerships…
      • Center for Research and Education in Optics and Lasers (CREOL)
      • Institute for Simulation and Training (IST)
      • Rosen College
      • Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy (FIEA)
      • College of Medicine
  • 4. INTERDISCIPLINARITY
    • The purposeful focus of talent and enterprise across academic disciplines provides an advantageous organizational model for solving complex problems.
    • Institutes, centers and academic units organized as teams designed to collaboratively pursue solutions to significant issues, questions, and problems can best leverage our
    • far-reaching talent and confer competitive advantage to
    • the Central Florida city-state.
  • 5. SUSTAINABILITY
    • Attract, develop, support, and retain the very best students, faculty and staff members, and university alumni
    • Efficiently steward available assets to achieve desired outcomes and position for a successful future
    • Fully leverage existing strengths and wisely pursue new capabilities
    • Purposely concentrate resources on key endeavors
  • 6. CONSTANCY OF PURPOSE
    • Sustain bedrock capabilities and continue to be
    • “ the people’s university” (accessible and affordable)
    • Champion and support a wide range of scholarship in the classic disciplines and selected emerging fields of study
    • Pursue a rigorous, relevant portfolio of research activity
    • Consistently strengthen commitment to diversity and inclusiveness, community service, excellence in every endeavor, and opportunity for all
  • 7. THE CHALLENGE
    • Be a leader in the central Florida city-state by being . . .
    • AWARE of opportunities,
    • RESPONSIVE to needs,
    • and EMPOWERED to act
    • in support of the university’s mission, goals, and values
  • 8. PLANNING PROCESS
    • University level “strategic” plan (rolling wave approach)
      • Division level “operational” plan
        • Unit level “tactical” plan
    • Each level of plan should include
      • Mission, vision, SWOT analysis, goals, KPIs
      • Plan specifics should tie to parent plan
      • KPIs should allow measurable accountability
    • Annual “action plans” tied to Institutional Effectiveness Assessment tools
  • 9. TOUGHEST ISSUES
    • Determining “Fit”
        • Prioritizing “Effort”
            • Sequencing “Objectives”
  • 10. STRATEGIC PLAN
      • Mission
          • Vision
            • Goals
            • Values
    http://www.ucf.edu/strategic_planning