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Title: De Anza College Strategic Planning Template

De Anza College Strategic Planning Template
  • Andrew LaManque, Ph.D.
  • De Anza College Research

Initiative Team Charge
the development of comprehensive written plans
for the Institutional Initiatives, including the
development of budget requests. http//www.deanz
Report Groups
  • Institutional Initiatives
  • Outreach
  • Individualized Attention to Student Retention and
  • Cultural Competence
  • Community Collaborations
  • We therefore sought to combine some of the
    areas into major initiatives that would
    simultaneously reflect the work already done and
    provide a process for crafting actual budgets and
    personnel proposals.
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A an indication of what future action is
required or recommended. http//www.allwords.c
Initiative Report Guidelines
1) An overview of what we can expect the
environment to look like in the next 3 years as
it impacts the strategic initiative. This should
include a re-examination of the assumptions used
to develop the original TIs and areas of focus
related to the team. 2) In light of the
re-examination, a brief restatement of our
institutional goals, as they relate to the
strategic initiative. 3) Plans for achieving
those goals, e.g. new outreach structure, faculty
going out with outreach team, etc. This section
should include identification of specific
Commitments to Action (CTAs). 4) Identify the
institutional infrastructurethe foundations
(Professional Development, Curriculum,
Communications, Facilities, Technology) needed to
support your plans. Detail specific resources as
Initiative Report Guidelines
5) A timeline for the activities over the next 3
years. 6) Identification of any additional
process or outcome metrics that can be used to
measure the impact of the plan. This section
should include the original strategic planning
metrics, with benchmarks. 7) An assessment plan.
This section should include specific proposals
for assessing whether the plans have been
successful. 8) Budget for the plans. This
section should include annual expenditures
(2007-08, 2008-09, and 2009-10) needed to obtain
the plans outlined in 3. The budget should be
itemized by division/departments, if relevant,
and whether the expenditure is for equipment,
personnel, etc. 9) Communication activities for
the plans (feedback of results).
A template (from French templet, diminutive of
temple, a part of a weaving loom for keeping it
stretched transversely) is a form, mold, or
pattern used as a guide to making
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The Report / Initiative Plan
Action Plan Components
  • a) Incorporates CTAs from .
  • b) Foundational areas
  • c) Timeline for the activities
  • d) Success of the can be assessed by
  • e) Communicated via .
  • Budget includes
  • Existing Resources
  • Challenges
  • Responsible Unit

Report Components
  • Briefly set the context
  • Assumptions
  • Goals
  • Describe Action Plans in detail
  • Summarize the Action Plans
  • How do they fit into a coherent plan
  • Outline the rationale for your approach
  • Specific institutional metrics
  • Mention other items important for this initiative

Foundational Areas
  • Professional Development (for staff and faculty)
  • Curriculum
  • Communication
  • Facilities
  • Technology
  • there are several Foundational areas of
    institutional development that were clearly
    identified through the planning process as
    critical for the on-going life of the college and
    for the successful implementation of any
    Institutional Initiatives.

Examples of Assumptions
  • Commuting costs will continue taking a toll on
  • Student equity issues remain - diversity and
    equity issues overlap
  • The Latino/a 15-24 year old population will grow
    rapidly over the next 10 years
  • Funding inadequacy and uncertainty (benefits,
    growth funding) will continue
  • Job Corps enrollments will stabilize
  • Distance Learning enrollments will increase

Indicators of Success
  • For each Action Plan, what are tangible ways we
    can demonstrate success?
  • For example
  • Action - targeted mailings to specific zip codes
  • Indicator of success an increase in the number
    of applicants from those zip codes

  • In context of the report, remind the reader of
    previous strategic planning discussions.
  • What is the overall purpose / goal of this
  • Look to the TIs (Vision / Areas of Focus), where
  • For example
  • Increase retention of new and returning
    target-group students through improved linkage to
    services and improved teaching http//www.deanza.f

Strategic Planning Document
  • We will compile and distribute the four
    Institutional Initiative plans as a unified,
    comprehensive strategic planning document for the
    college. This strategic plan will establish goals
    and the metrics according to which we will judge
    our progress, and will animate our budget and
    staffing proposals for the coming year. It will
    also serve as the basis of the annual State of
    the College report.
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