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Title: FacultyStaff Meeting Autumn Quarter December 6, 2005


1
Faculty-Staff Meeting Autumn Quarter December 6,
2005
Douglas Forum 300 p.m. 430 p.m.
2
Introduction of New Faculty and Staff
Jeffrey Barden, Duke Ph.D. Strategic Alliances,
Trust, Justice Stephan Siegel, Columbia
PH.D. Empirical Asset Pricing, International
Finance Wayne Perry, JD, LLM (Fritzky
Chair) McCaw, Vice-Chairman ATT, Vice Chairman,
Nextlink, CEO Edge Wireless
3
Introduction of New Faculty and Staff
Global Business Center Christy Gibson, Assistant
Director Andrea Gomes, Programs Operation
Specialist Candice Nunn, Program Coordinator
4
Introduction of New Faculty and Staff
External Relations Sara Sheridan, Program
Coordinator
MBA Gian Bruno, Program Coordinator Summer Starr,
Program Assistant Carrie Rees, Program Assistant
5
Introduction of New Faculty and Staff
Executive Programs Jennifer Lang, Assistant
Director of Operations Paul Frogley, Assistant
Director of Outreach Joyce Flynn, Program
Coordinator
CIE Josie Samson, Program Assistant Tracy
Dittman, Program Coordinator
6
Introduction of New Faculty and Staff
Executive MBA Lori Bradshaw, Program
Manager Information Technology Justin Grimm, Help
Desk Technician
7
Introduction of New Faculty and Staff
External Relations Steven Hatting Assistant Dean
of External Relations
8
Departure of Existing Staff
Ann Mamallo Party, December 15, 230 - 400
p.m. Lewis Hall Room 208
9
Departure of Existing Staff
10
CEO Exchange
PBS Television, Conversation with todays most
visionary executives Thursday, January 5,Meany
Hall, Doors open at 315 p.m., Taping begins at
400 p.m.
James Donald CEO Starbucks
Blake Nordstrom President, Nordstrom
11
New Hires and Accreditation Update
Tom Lee Associate Dean For Academic and Faculty
Affairs
12
Vision, Strategy, and Tactics UW Business School
Good business leaders create a vision, articulate
the vision, passionately own the vision, and
relentlessly drive it to completion." Jack
Welch, Chairman, General Electric
13
Vision, Strategy, and Tactics UW Business School
Note that the following slides dealing with
vision and strategy are intended to stimulate
discussion--not to put forth a final plan.
14
Vision, Strategy, and Tactics UW Business School
VisionOur Dream
Premier undergraduate and MBA programs. Employers
view our students as outstanding, students and
managers love the education they receive in
degree and nondegree programs, and there is
substantial excess demand for all programs. We
are a source of information and inspiration to
alumni and they want to be connected to the
School throughout their lives.
Good business leaders create a vision, articulate
the vision, passionately own the vision, and
relentlessly drive it to completion." Jack
Welch, Chairman, General Electric
15
Vision, Strategy, and Tactics UW Business School
StrategyKey Steps to Achieving Our Dream
(defines what we do in next 3-5 years)
More chairs to retain and recruit world-class
faculty
New building
Increase unrestricted funds from executive
programs, tuition increases, and contributions
from alumni. Funds will be used for new hires,
salary increases, and innovation.
16
Vision, Strategy, and Tactics UW Business School
StrategyKey Steps to Achieving Our Dream
(defines what we do in next 3-5 years)
Build a culture focused on quality and
community (Teaching and research should be
between great and wow! Delightful and meaningful
interactions among faculty, students, and
business leaders are commonplace)
Build the brand of the b-school (its unique
position versus competing schools)
17
Vision, Strategy, and Tactics UW Business School
TacticsSpecific actions that support our
strategy for success
18
Vision, Strategy, and Tactics UW Business School
Tactics For Departments and Programs
19
Vision, Strategy, and Tactics UW Business School
Tactics For Departments and Programs
Finance
Strengthen partnerships with the business
community. Develop a conference linked to the
Journal of Finance and Quantitative Analysis.
20
Vision, Strategy, and Tactics UW Business School
Tactics For Departments and Programs
Marketing
Establish a faculty fellowship in honor of Guy
Gordon, former chair of the department.
21
Vision, Strategy, and Tactics UW Business School
Tactics For Departments and Programs
Management and Organization
More emphasis on classroom skills in hiring
decisions.
22
Vision, Strategy, and Tactics UW Business School
Tactics For Departments and Programs
Management Science
Set aside a day to discuss faculty members
research and a day to discuss ways to improve
teaching.
23
Vision, Strategy, and Tactics UW Business School
Tactics For Departments and Programs
Undergraduate Program
Conduct a program assessment and review the core
curriculum.
24
Vision, Strategy, and Tactics UW Business School
Tactics For Departments and Programs
Retail Management Program
Develop a retail laboratory in partnership with
the University Bookstore.
25
Vision, Strategy, and Tactics UW Business School
Tactics For Departments and Programs
MBA Programs
Work with dean and executive committee to develop
and execute a strategic plan to enhance US News
rankings.
26
Vision, Strategy, and Tactics UW Business School
Tactics For Departments and Programs
TMMBA Program
Design a employee development plan for each staff
member.
27
Vision, Strategy, and Tactics UW Business School
Tactics For Departments and Programs
Executive Programs
Diversify companies sponsoring students in the
GEMBA and TMP Programs.
28
Vision, Strategy, and Tactics UW Business School
Tactics For Departments and Programs
EMBA
Investigate need and options for Web conferencing.
29
Vision, Strategy, and Tactics UW Business School
Tactics For Departments and Programs
Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Execute on strategic plan developed at the start
of the 2005-2006 academic year.
30
Vision, Strategy, and Tactics UW Business School
Tactics For Departments and Programs
Global Business Center
Develop a brand/marketing plan to enhance the
international reputation of the center and the
School.
31
Vision, Strategy, and Tactics UW Business School
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