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APLU CICEP CEO Solutions Lab Worksheet | June 2014

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This worksheet is being used in the APLLU CICEP CEO Summer meeting in San Diego: June 8-11, 2014.

This worksheet is being used in the APLLU CICEP CEO Summer meeting in San Diego: June 8-11, 2014.

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  • 1. APLU  CICEP/CEO  Summer  Meeting  June  8-­‐11,  2014 Solutions  Lab  Worksheet   ! Strategy  Lab  1:  Creating  and  Activating  Regional  Ecosystems   ! Framing  Statement:  What  would  an  organizational  response  look  like  if  it  built  the  capacity   needed  to  tackle  complex  societal  issues  in  the  context  of  strategic  partnerships  in  the  new   engagement?   ! ! 1.  1.  Discuss  what  you  heard  in  the  Challenge  Panel.  What  new  ideas  resonated?  Disagree   with  anything?  Use  the  space  below  to  make  notes.  (10  min)   ! !    1.2.  Come  up  with  three  key  characteristics  to  describe  that  exemplary  organizational   response  and  list  them  below.  (10  min)   ! ! 1.3.  Consider  the  universities  represented  in  your  group  and  the  others  with  which  you  are   familiar.  Now  consider  the  three  characteristics  you  came  up  with  a  pick  one  you  think   represents  the  area  in  which  our  universities  have  the  MOST  work  to  do.  Circle  that   characteristic  above  (10  min).   ! 1.4.  Identify  a  potential  PathNinder  Project  your  group  COULD  do  together  that  would  help   our  universities  make  progress  toward  that  desired  characteristic?  Describe  the  potential   project  below  (15  min)   ! ! ! ! ! ! ! a.   b.   c.    1
  • 2. APLU  CICEP/CEO  Summer  Meeting  June  8-­‐11,  2014         ! Strategy  Lab  2:  Social  Entrepreneurship  for  Regional  Problem  Solving   ! Framing  Statement:  What  would  it  look  like  if  institutes  of  higher  learning  and  their  regions   apply  the  concepts  of  social  entrepreneurship  and  or  social  innovation  to  regional  problems   solving?   ! 2.  1.  Discuss  what  you  heard  in  the  Challenge  Panel.  What  new  ideas  resonated?  Disagree   with  anything?  Use  the  space  below  to  make  notes.  (10  min)   ! ! 2.2.  In  what  ways  might  the  a  more  intensive  focus  on  social  entrepreneurship  and/or   innovation  beneFit  our  institutions’  and  our  regions’  work  in  addressing  key  social,  cultural,   and  community  issues?  Record  your  thoughts  below.  (10  min)   ! ! 2.3.  What  risks,  if  any,  might  our  universities  and  regions  take  on  if  had  a  more  intensive   focus  on  social  entrepreneurship  and/or  innovation  as  a  Silter  for  our  work  in  addressing   key  social,  cultural,  and  community  problems?  Record  your  thoughts  below.  (10  min)   ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !  2
  • 3. APLU  CICEP/CEO  Summer  Meeting  June  8-­‐11,  2014 2.4.  What  is  a  PathNinder  Project  your  group  COULD  do  together  to  test  the  hypothesis   that  a  more  intensive  focus  on  social  entrepreneurship  and/or  innovation  in  our   institutions’  and  regions’  work  would  assist  in  more  effectively  addressing  key  social,   cultural,  and  community  problems?  Describe  the  potential  project  below.  (15  min)   ! ! Strategy  Lab  3:  Using  Metrics  that  Matter   ! Framing  Statement:  How  can  we  create  processes  that  support  tracking  and  measuring   transformative  impacts  across  shifting  frameworks  and  expectations?   ! 3.  1.  Discuss  what  you  heard  in  the  Challenge  Panel.  What  new  ideas  resonated?  Disagree   with  anything?  Use  the  space  below  to  make  notes.  (10  min)   ! ! 3.2.  When  it  comes  to  our  engagement  work,  what  are  three  metrics  that  would  reSlect   transformative  impact?  (10  min)   ! ! 3.3.  How  might  you  measure  each  of  the  metrics  you  identiSied?  Use  the  space  below  to   indicate  how  they  could  be  measured.  (10  min)     ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! a. b. c. a. b. c.  3
  • 4. APLU  CICEP/CEO  Summer  Meeting  June  8-­‐11,  2014 3.4.  What  is  a  potential  PathNinder  Project  your  group  COULD  do  together  that  would  help   experiment  with  how  our  universities  could  best  measure  one  of  the  metrics  and   communicate  the  results  to  our  stakeholders?  Describe  the  potential  project  below.  (15   min)   ! ! ! ! Strategy  Lab  4:  Strategies  for  Collaboration  and  Change       4.1.  Consider  the  three  PathSinder  Projects  your  group  COULD  do  together  and  decide   which  one  of  them  your  group  SHOULD  do  together?  Note  them  below  and  rate  them   according  to  two  criteria.  The  Sirst  criterion  is  how  much  impact  the  project  could  have.   Five  (5)  is  high  impact,  and  One  (1)  is  low.  The  second  criterion  is  how  easy  it  would  be  to   implement.  Five  (5)  is  very  easy  and  (1)  is  difSicult.  (10  min)   ! ! 4.2.  For  the  PathSinder  Project  that  got  the  highest  total  score  (biggest  impact/easiest  to   implement)  come  up  with  three  characteristics  of  success  that  you  hope  will  describe  the   project  upon  completion.  Then  decide  how  you  could  measure  that  characteristic  of   success.  Use  the  space  below.  (10  min)   !       4.3.  Next,  decide  what  you  WILL  do  over  the  next  30  days  to  move  forward  on  your   PathSinder  Project.  Be  speciSic.  Each  person  in  the  group  should  take  on  at  least  one  action   step.  (10)   ! ! ! ! ! Project Impact  (5-­‐1) Implementation  (5-­‐1) Totals Project  1 Project  2 Project  3 Characteristic How  will  you  measure  it? a. b. c.  4
  • 5. APLU  CICEP/CEO  Summer  Meeting  June  8-­‐11,  2014   ! ! 4.4.  Use  the  space  below  to  decide  (a)  how  you  will  get  back  together  (i.e.,  conference  call)   in  about  30  days,  (b)  how  you  will  stay  in  touch  and  share  your  work  between  now  and   then  (i.e.,  email  contact  list,  Dropbox,  Google  Docs,  etc.  (10  min)   ! ! ! Action  Step By  When Who Our  plan  for  getting  back  together  (when,  where  or  how)…   ! Our  plan  for  staying  in  touch  between  now  and  then…   Our  plan  for  sharing  our  work…  5
  • 6. APLU  CICEP/CEO  Summer  Meeting  June  8-­‐11,  2014 Use  the  space  below  to  list  the  members  of  your  group  and  their  email  addresses   ! Name  and  Organization Email  6