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Title: Development of STRATEGIC PLAN through 2015


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Development of STRATEGIC PLAN through 2015
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  • DEVELOPMENT STEPS

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Strategic Plan Model Used
  • Adapted from Peter Druckers model

4
Development Timeline
  • Process took almost a year

5
Stakeholders involved in Development
  • More than 550 individuals participated
  • Stakeholder groups included
  • Students
  • Employees
  • Board of Regents
  • Community Representatives

6
Development Process
  • 1. Customized surveys and focus group meetings
    for stakeholder groups
  • Students more than 230
  • Employees more than 140
  • Community Representatives including Board of
    Regents more than 60
  • 2. Survey and focus group responses grouped by
    strategic plan component

7
Development Process
  • 3. Presidents Cabinet drafted environmental scan
    of internal and external factors
  • 4. Presidents Cabinet drafted values, vision,
    core purpose, mission and goals based on results
    of surveys and focus groups and environmental
    scan

8
Development Process
  • 5. Vetted these components of strategic plan
    throughout the College
  • 6. Presidents Cabinet appointed a Strategic Plan
    Writing Team

9
Development Process
  • 7. Strategic Plan Writing Team recommended
    strategies and tasks be recommended by the front
    line managers and senior administration
  • 8. Front line managers and senior administration
    identified Constraints and Concerns and Issues

10
Development Process
  • 9. Front line managers and senior administration
    recommended Strategies and Tasks based on the
    Constraints and Concerns and Issues
  • 10. Presidents Cabinet finalized and approved
    the entire Strategic Plan including the
    Strategies and Tasks

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  • Strategic Plan through 2015
  • submitted for
  • Approval

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What is proposed?
  • VALUES
  • At Amarillo College, we value
  • Student Success
  • Quality Education
  • Opportunity for All
  • Collaboration
  • Community Responsiveness
  • Responsible Stewardship
  • VISION
  • At Amarillo College, we aspire for every student
    to have a success story.
  • CORE PURPOSE
  • At Amarillo College, we help each student to
    succeed.

13
What is proposed?
  • MISSION
  • Amarillo College enriching the lives of our
    students and our community.
  •  

14
What is proposed?
  • GOALS
  • Ensure Student Success
  • Expand Student Access
  • Collaborate with Partners in the Community
  • Ensure the Colleges Future

15
  • MISSION

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MISSION STATEMENT FULL CONTEXT
  • MISSION
  • Amarillo College enriching the lives of our
    students and our community.
  • FULL Context for Mission includes
  • VALUES
  • At Amarillo College, we value
  • Student Success
  • Quality Education
  • Opportunity for All
  • Collaboration
  • Community Responsiveness
  • Responsible Stewardship
  • VISION At Amarillo College, we aspire for every
    student to have a success story.
  • CORE PURPOSE At Amarillo College, we help each
    student to succeed.
  • GOALS
  • Ensure Student Success
  • Expand Student Access
  • Collaborate with Partners in the Community
  • Ensure the Colleges Future

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Why must the mission be vetted?
  • SACSCOC Core Requirement 2.4 The institution has
    a clearly defined, comprehensive, and published
    mission statement that is specific to the
    institution and appropriate for higher education.
    The mission addresses teaching and learning and,
    where applicable, research and public service.
    (Institutional Mission)
  • SACSCOC Comprehensive Standard 3.1 The mission
    statement is current and comprehensive,
    accurately guides the institutions operations,
    is periodically reviewed and updated, is approved
    the governing board, and is communicated to the
    institutions constituencies. (Institutional
    Mission)

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Why must the mission be vetted?
  • Ensuring Fulfillment of AC Board Policy
  • 1. A broad representation of the College
    stakeholders should have input regarding the
    mission to be sure that it represents AC.
  • Ensuring Fulfillment of SACSCOC Requirements
  • 2. Mission must include EVERYTHING (e.g.
    instruction and public service) that AC is doing
    to serve all of its stakeholders (i.e. students,
    community, employees, Board of Regents, etc.)

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Why must the mission be vetted?
  • Ensuring Fulfillment of SACSCOC Requirements
  • 3. Must select effectiveness indicators for the
    mission. Once the mission is used, results from
    these effectiveness indicators must be produced
    regularly, used systematically in making
    decisions, and reported publicly.
  • (NOTE Each goal has target measurements.)
  • 4. When considering the revised AC mission, must
    be sure that AC reflects within the mission or
    elsewhere as instructed by the Board of Regents,
    how the current economic downturn and budget
    limitations will be reflected within ACs
    mission.

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Who vetted the mission?
  • Existing Groups of Stakeholders
  • Students
  • Credit Student Government Association (4/21/10)
  • Employees
  • Administrators Association (Requested no
    response)
  • Classified Employees Council (4/22/10)
  • Faculty Senate (4/9/10)
  • Listening Learning all employees invited
    (West Campus 3/22/10 Washington Street campus
    3/23/10)
  • ITS Division (4/7/10)
  • Assessment Development Division (4/8/10)

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Who vetted the mission?
  • Existing Groups of Stakeholders
  • Employees (continued)
  • Administrators Association (Requested no
    response)
  • Classified Employees Council (4/22/10)
  • Faculty Senate (4/9/10)
  • Instructional Assessment Subcommittee (3/26/10)
  • Non-Instructional Assessment Subcommittee
    (3/23/10)
  • Listening Learning all employees invited
    (West Campus 3/22/10 Washington Street campus
    3/23/10)
  • ITS Division (4/7/10)
  • Assessment Development Division (4/8/10)
  • Continuing Education Division (4/19/10)
  • Enrollment Mgmt. Division (4/26/10)
  • VP Council (4/28/10)

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Who vetted the mission?
  • Existing Groups of Stakeholders
  • Presidents Cabinet
  • Reviewed word-smithing responses regarding
    proposed mission
  • Decided to recommend the proposed mission to
    Board of Regents
  • Decided to recommend an annual review of the
    mission at each June Board of Regents meeting

23
Who approves the mission and Strategic Plan
through 2010?
  • Board of Regents
  • Scheduled to approve/revise proposed mission at
    August 13, 2010 BOR meeting

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ANNUAL REVIEW OF MISSION
  • PROPOSE AN ANNUAL REVIEW AND APPROVAL OF THE
    MISSION AT
  • Each June Board of Regents Meeting

25
  • QUESTIONS
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