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Title: ALL-STAFF MEETINGS


1
  • ALL-STAFF MEETINGS
  • 2005-2006 ACTION RESULTS
  • President MaryLynn West-Moynes
  • April, 2005

2
Agenda
  • The Plan
  • Good Work
  • Report on Financial Progress
  • Report on Performance
  • Work The Plan (WTP)
  • Achieve our Objectives

3
1. Great Strategic Plan
  • Vision
  • Inspiring learning, leadership
  • and citizenship
  • Mission
  • Students and learning are at
  • the heart of all we do

4
Values
  • Our Values guide our behaviours and decisions,
    culminating in a culture focused on students,
    staff and community.
  • We will
  • Foster academic excellence, innovation and
    reasoned risk-taking
  • Embrace Diversity
  • Be accountable in everything we do
  • Act with integrity and promote respect for all
  • At Mohawk, RESPECT denotes responsibility,
    excellence, service, people, equity, commitment
    and transparency

5
Six Laudable Cornerstones
  1. The College of ChoiceThe Champion of Students
  2. Academic Excellence and Innovation
  3. The Employer of ChoiceExceptional Professional
    Staff
  4. Economic Growth and Prosperity
  5. Campus Renewal and Expansion
  6. Quality Frameworks

6
Good Work, Good Stories
  • 27 Media Releases since January 2005

7
Good Work, Good Stories
  • 27 Media Releases since January 2005
  • IT Centre Donors Reception

8
Good Work, Good Stories
  • 27 Media Releases since January 2005
  • IT Centre Donors Reception
  • Alumni of Distinction Dominic Agostino
    Premiers Award

9
Good Work, Good Stories
  • 27 Media Releases since January 2005
  • IT Centre Donors Reception
  • Alumni of Distinction Dominic Agostino
    Premiers Award
  • Process Automation Launch

10
Good Work, Good Stories
  • 27 Media Releases since January 2005
  • IT Centre Donors Reception
  • Alumni of Distinction Dominic Agostino
    Premiers Award
  • Process Automation Launch
  • University of Michigan-Flint Articulation

11
Good Work, Good Stories
  • 27 Media Releases since January 2005
  • IT Centre Donors Reception
  • Alumni of Distinction Dominic Agostino
    Premiers Award
  • Process Automation Launch
  • University of Michigan-Flint Articulation
  • Brantford Court Room Opening

12
Good Work, Good Stories
  • 27 Media Releases since January 2005
  • IT Centre Donors Reception
  • Alumni of Distinction Dominic Agostino
    Premiers Award
  • Process Automation Launch
  • University of Michigan-Flint Articulation
  • Brantford Court Room Opening
  • Canada Blooms Winner Helen Hardmeier

13
Good Work, Good Stories
  • 27 Media Releases since January 2005
  • IT Centre Donors Reception
  • Alumni of Distinction Dominic Agostino
    Premiers Award
  • Process Automation Launch
  • University of Michigan-Flint Articulation
  • Brantford Court Room Opening
  • Canada Blooms Winner Helen Hardmeier
  • Police Services Recruitment

14
Good Work, Good Stories
  • 27 Media Releases since January 2005
  • IT Centre Donors Reception
  • Alumni of Distinction Dominic Agostino
    Premiers Award
  • Process Automation Launch
  • University of Michigan-Flint Articulation
  • Brantford Court Room Opening
  • Canada Blooms Winner Helen Hardmeier
  • Police Services Recruitment
  • Medical Radiation Sciences Student Wins
    2004National Award for highest mark Jane Camps

15
Good Work, Good Stories
  • 27 Media Releases since January 2005
  • IT Centre Donors Reception
  • Alumni of Distinction Dominic Agostino
    Premiers Award
  • Process Automation Launch
  • University of Michigan-Flint Articulation
  • Brantford Court Room Opening
  • Canada Blooms Winner Helen Hardmeier
  • Police Services Recruitment
  • Medical Radiation Sciences Student Wins 2004
    National Award for highest mark Jane Camps
  • Popsicle Stick

16
Good Work, Good Stories
  • 27 Media Releases since January 2005
  • IT Centre Donors Reception
  • Alumni of Distinction Dominic Agostino
    Premiers Award
  • Process Automation Launch
  • University of Michigan-Flint Articulation
  • Brantford Court Room Opening
  • Canada Blooms Winner Helen Hardmeier
  • Police Services Recruitment
  • Medical Radiation Sciences Student Wins
    2004National Award for highest mark Jane Camps
  • Popsicle Stick
  • Annual Athletics Banquet

17
Government Relations
  • Government of Canada
  • Minister Tony Valeri
  • Minister Joseph Volpe
  • Minister David Emerson
  • Government of Ontario
  • Minister Mary Anne Chambers
  • Minister Marie Bountrogianni
  • Minister David Caplan
  • Minister Greg Sorbara
  • Deputy Minister Bob Christie
  • Municipal Governments
  • Brantford Mayor Mike Hancock
  • Burlington Mayor Rob McIsaac
  • Hamilton Mayor Larry Di Ianni

Minister Mary Anne Chambers
Hamilton Mayor Larry Di Ianni
18
  • 2. Report on Progress Finances

19
CHALLENGE 2005/06 Budget Projections
  • PROJECTED SHORTFALL
  • Approximately 10 Million

20
Step 1 Save TodayStep 2 ABB Activity Based
Budgeting
  • Revenue Expenditures Targeted Contribution
  • 100 70 30

21
10 Million Challenge Resolved
  • OPERATIONAL
  • STRATEGIC
  • - 5.55 M Pgm and Svc Changes
  • - 2 M Capital
  • - 1 M Spring-Summer Teaching
  • - .55 M Strategic Initiatives
  • - .9 M Delayed New Programs
  • (- 7 starts)

22
Retained Employment Stability Commitment to
Full-Time Staff
23
Potential foradditional newfunding
-StrategicInvestments
24
Education thats worth moreAdvocacy Campaign
Action Summary
  • Letter to all Program Advisory Committees
    members
  • Placement on www.mohawkcollege.ca under spotlight
    includes link to www.fundcollegesnow.ca
  • Media releases to the press
  • Interviews for The Spectator, Mountain News and
    CHML Radio
  • Presidents message for The Satellite
  • Poster campaign
  • Mohawk has 5.9 market share, and with 828
    responses represent 3.9 of the Advocacy petition

25
4. Report on Performance
  • Public Perception
  • Student Perception
  • Staff Perception

26
The Strategic Counsel Public Opinion Research
Report
  • 800 randomly-selected public respondents from
    Hamilton, Brantford, Burlington Oakville
  • Fully 35, while aware of Mohawk, were not able
    to name specific programs
  • General public awareness of technology-related
    programs (20), Health Sciences Human Services
    programs (21) and Business programs (20)
  • Nursing and Medical Technologies 90 excellent
    and good for preparing students for work,
    followed by Skilled Trades (90), Apprenticeships
    (89), Insurance (87) and Early Childhood
    Education (85)
  • Respondents recall Mohawk ads, mostly in The
    Spectator, on billboards and bus shelters

27
  • KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
  • OUR KEY TO BEING
  • THE COLLEGE OF CHOICE-
  • THE CHAMPION OF STUDENTS

28
Congratulations Graduate Satisfaction
  • Applied Music Preparatory 100.0
  • Construction Engineering Technician 100.0
  • Electronics Engineering Technician 100.0
  • Materials Engineering Technology 100.0
  • Mechanical Engineering Technician - Metal
    Casting 100.0
  • Pharmacy Technician 100.0
  • Urban and Regional Planning Techn. - GIS 100.0
  • Personal Support Worker 97.3
  • Early Childhood Education 95.4
  • Industrial Woodworking Techniques 92.9
  • Transportation Engineering Technology 92.3
  • Practical Nursing 2-year 91.5
  • Insurance 90.9
  • Visually Impaired - Instr Mobility 90.9
  • Office Administration - Executive 90.3
  • Office Administration - Legal 328 90.3

29
Congratulations 100 Graduate Employment
  • Applied Music 100
  • Applied Music Preparatory 100
  • Business Accounting Co-op 100
  • Civil Engineering Technician 100
  • Civil Engineering Technology 100
  • Construction Engineering Technician 100
  • Electrical Control Engineering Technology 100
  • Electrical Systems Technician 100
  • Electronics Engineering Technology -
    Telecommunications 100
  • Electronics Engineering Technology 100
  • Instrumentation Engineering Technology -
    Industrial 100
  • Insurance 100
  • Manufacturing Techniques 100
  • Materials Engineering Technology 100
  • Mechanical Engineering Technician - Metal
    Casting 100
  • Office Administration Executive 100
  • Visually Impaired - Instr Mobility 100

30
Graduate Satisfaction Rate
31
Graduate Employment Rate
32
Employer Satisfaction Rate
33
Graduation Rate
34
Student Satisfaction
35
A total of 65 programs are currently below the
provincial student satisfaction average for that
specific program.
36
Capstone Overall, your program is giving you
skills and knowledge that will be useful in your
future career
37
Capstone The overall quality of the learning
experiences in this program
38
Capstone The overall quality of the
facilities/resources in the college
39
Comments on the quality of facilities and
resources
  • All colleges have some older facilities and
    equipment
  • All colleges received some Superbuild funding
  • Mohawk is moving forward with plans for the
    STARRT Complex and downtown Brantford, and has
    been invited to collaborate with the McMaster
    Innovation Research Park

40
Capstone The overall quality of the services in
the college
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42
KPI-Related Funding
  • Graduate Satisfaction Funding (431,877)
  • Graduate Employment Funding (369,901)
  • Employer Satisfaction Funding (314,243)
  • Value in 2004/05 1,116,021
  • Anticipated Value 2005/06 to be reduced by
    35,000 to 40,000

43
STAFF SURVEYOUR KEY TO BEINGTHE EMPLOYER OF
CHOICE-EXCEPTIONAL PROFESSIONAL STAFF
44
Staff Survey Strengths
  • Agree
  • 92
  • 90
  • 87
  • 81
  • 77
  • 78
  • I believe that the work I do contributes to the
    success of our students.
  • I think I am adequately trained for my current
    job.
  • Mohawk College is responsive to students with
    special learning needs.
  • Mohawk College offers programs whose graduates
    will ultimately assist in expanding business and
    economic development.
  • Mohawk College promotes lifelong learning to our
    students.
  • Mohawk College has clearly communicated the
    Strategic Plan 6 Cornerstones

45
Staff Survey Strengths, contd.
  • Agree
  • 74
  • 72
  • 72
  • 71
  • 71
  • Mohawk College involved many college stakeholders
    when developing the Strategic Plan, which
    includes the Vision, Mission Shared Values
  • Mohawk College offers programs whose graduates
    will ultimately assist in expanding cultural
    community and social .
  • Mohawk College offers a safe and secure learning
    working environment.
  • My immediate Supervisor understands the Strategic
    Plan 6 Cornerstones.
  • Mohawk College employees demonstrate that they
    respect students.

46
Staff Survey Areas for Improvement
  • Agree
  • 13
  • 21
  • 27
  • 27
  • 36
  • 37
  • Information is communicated effectively between
    departments at Mohawk College
  • Mohawk College employees are rewarded for
    creativity and innovation in their work.
  • When people do a really good job, Mohawk College
    goes out of its way to give praise.
  • Mohawk College offers adequate space for students
    to study.
  • Mohawk College employees are motivated to find
    innovative opportunities.
  • Mohawk college encourages employee involvement
    with economic development activities.

47
Staff Survey Areas for Improvement, contd.
  • Agree
  • 37
  • 38
  • 30
  • 40
  • I feel I am well informed about Mohawk Colleges
    expectations for continuous improvement.
  • Workload in my department is equitably
    distributed.
  • Mohawk College offers a warm and welcoming
    physical environment for students and employees.
  • Mohawk College reflects a spirit of cooperation
    and teamwork

48
5. Work The Plan WTP
  • 1. Professional Development
  • 2. Learning Excellence Project
  • 3. 2-Semester Teaching
  • 4. One-Stop Shopping
  • 5. Pilot Project in Admissions
  • 6. Data-Driven Decisions
  • 7. Presidents Council on Quality Performance

49
WTP Professional Development
  • Employee Tuition Assistance
  • New Employee Orientation
  • Exemplary Service Training (90 staff to date)
  • Probationary faculty program enhancement
  • Management Training
  • Central Michigan University
  • Staff Enhancement Day in August for Customer
    Service and Teaching Learning Strategies

50
WTP Learning Excellence Project
  • Completed
  • Six facilitators hired and trained to facilitate
    program mapping
  • 33 programs and hundreds of courses mapped
  • Ongoing
  • Two additional facilitators to be hired in May
  • Additional 50 programs to be mapped by April
    2006
  • Academic policies to be developed

51
WTP 2-Semester Teaching New Co-op Model
  • Academic Activities
  • Devt of New Course Curriculum
  • Devt of New Programs
  • Update Existing Course Outlines
  • Revise/Update Course Materials
  • Review and recommend text books
  • Research resource materials
  • Collaborate with other faculty teaching the same
    course/program
  • Learn software/technologies
  • Develop electronic delivery
  • Complementary Functions
  • Liaise with high schools
  • Network/Community Liaison
  • Respond to Admission Inquiries
  • Participate in dept meetings
  • Strategic Planning/retreats
  • Prep for Orientation
  • Pgm Co-ord, Subject Leader
  • Develop Promotional Materials
  • Dev Articulation Agreements
  • Participate on College Comms
  • Alternate Delivery
  • Clinical Coordinator
  • Class Advisor, etc.

52
Work The Plan
  • One-Stop Shopping
  • Pilot Project in Admissions
  • Vice-President Institutional Applied Research,
  • Dr. Peter Dietsche
  • And More

53
WTP Presidents Council on Quality Performance
  • KPIs Improve Student Satisfaction by 5
  • Staff Performance Satisfaction
  • By December 2005performance measure for all
    staff
  • Feedback as a gift to all
  • Formal process following year
  • By December 2006, improve staff satisfaction
  • Process/Policy
  • Revise Academic Policy
  • Second Internal Communications Champion
  • Etc.

54
EFFORTThere are no shortcutsto anyplace
worth going.Anonymous
55
  • Opportunity Challenge Remain Constant
  • Right Product
  • Right Resources
  • Right Quality

56
Feedback
  • Listen
  • Embrace
  • Accept
  • Move Forward
  • ARM Air, Resolve, Move Forward

57
InternalBusinessModel
  • Dr. Doug Barber
  • McMaster University

58
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