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Presentation   science policy workshop (jung - feb 2013)
Presentation   science policy workshop (jung - feb 2013)
Presentation   science policy workshop (jung - feb 2013)
Presentation   science policy workshop (jung - feb 2013)
Presentation   science policy workshop (jung - feb 2013)
Presentation   science policy workshop (jung - feb 2013)
Presentation   science policy workshop (jung - feb 2013)
Presentation   science policy workshop (jung - feb 2013)
Presentation   science policy workshop (jung - feb 2013)
Presentation   science policy workshop (jung - feb 2013)
Presentation   science policy workshop (jung - feb 2013)
Presentation   science policy workshop (jung - feb 2013)
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  • 1. What is a Research Agenda? Thomas Jung, Environment
  • 2. What is it Not?History Inventory Wish List
  • 3. Science Strategy ≠ Research Agenda• Science Strategy = how best to obtain and use scientific information.• Perhaps effects a long-term change in corporate culture and institutional re-alignments.• Research Agenda = what scientific information to obtain.• Perhaps effects a short-term shift in operational priorities and direction.
  • 4. Why a Research Agenda? A Sampling• “to coordinate research effort”• “to harness research effort to most effectively improve…”• “to provide a framework for future investments in research”• “to better align with granting opportunities”• “to enable and guide research by external organizations”• “to direct collaborative research ventures” Articulate, Coordinate, Enable
  • 5. Comparisons Among Agendas• Department of Fisheries and Oceans (2007-2012)• American Dental Association (2012-2013)• World Health Organization (various, no date)• European Forest-based Sector (2014-2020)
  • 6. Comparisons Among Agendas Similarities Differences• STRATEGIC • Scope / Thematic• Outcome-oriented • Audience• Short-term (2 to 6 years) • Length (2 to >50 pages)• Drafted by experts • Prioritized• Mission statement • Research and action• Identification of drivers plans to follow• Identify 3-5 primary goals & objectives• High-level• Disclaimers
  • 7. YG Research AgendaThe research agenda will attempt to:•Outline over-arching and cross-cutting corporate priorities;•Harmonize operational andgovernment information needs;•Balance emerging and ongoingresearch goals; and•Balance territorial and national orinternational research interests.
  • 8. YG Research Agenda: Goals• Identify key corporate research priorities, including gaps;• Direct, enhance, align and foster research in these key priorities; and• Inform external research and funding agencies of key YG research priorities.
  • 9. Yukon Research Agenda: Themes Economy Environment Quality of Life Governance
  • 10. YG Research Agenda: Outcomes• Identify over-arching and cross-cutting priorities;• Better alignment of research activities across government and with corporate priorities.• Balance emerging and ongoing research goals; and• Balance territorial and national or international research interests.
  • 11. A Good Model YG Decision- Makers YG Science Practitioners

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