Multi-Disciplinary Team/Issue Identification Process

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from John Shutske, Program Director, ANRE, UW-Extension.

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  • 1. Multidisciplinary Team Proposals November 2011 Presented at ANRE state Staff Meeting and Dean’s WISLINE John Shutske, PD for ANRE1
  • 2. Background• Strategic plan, program area silos concerns.• Work often happens in multiple program areas, sometimes with no awareness or linkages.• Program directors group project (starting about a year ago).• Our Dean and other leaders hope to “resource” some multi-program, multi-disciplinary efforts.• SHAREPOINT software offers.2
  • 3. Ideas and Proposals Being Collected• One or more will move forward. –Additional support for: • Development • Support for working together • Evaluation • Reporting • Other activities that will help document and demonstrate impact3
  • 4. Website for Collecting Ideas and Proposals• team-proposals/• Need your UWEX – Cooperative Extension login• Password re-sets if needed at State Staff Meeting• Otherwise, contact – –800-760-7610 - Helpdesk4
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  • 12. Next Steps (after mid-December)• We hope to have dozens of proposals.• Some will be very similar.• Some may be unique, but have many comments/joiners.• Evaluation team members will look for themes.• One or more will be selected for further work.• SHAREPOINT will be used as a tool to assemble material/data and coordinate work.• CURRENTLY (before this process was developed), a Local Foods multi-disciplinary team has begun to work in this manner.12
  • 13. Important….• If someone has proposed something similar to your idea, THAT’S GOOD!!!• Add your own proposal, OR, add your comments and unique perspectives to an existing proposal.• Only ideas that seem to have a “critical mass” will be selected and aggregated into a supported effort.13
  • 14. If you have questions…• Contact your Program Director and Associate Program Director.• If you have ideas, make them known through this process…• If you have ideas about the PROCESS itself, let one of us know.• If you’ve stumbled into this presentation and want to learn more about Cooperative Extension in Wisconsin, check out: