Integrated Strategic Planning and Resource Allocation
|Event Date/Time: May 24, 2011||End Date/Time: May 26, 2011|
Strategic planning at a college or university is difficult work. Institutions are large, complex, and highly decentralized environments. Most institutions tackle strategic planning reluctantly and without meaningfully seeking input and commitment from key stakeholders, which unfortunately leads to plans that are disconnected from budgets and plans that don't get implemented.
Join two leading experts (who have assisted more than 100 campuses) in strategic planning and resource allocation to learn proven techniques necessary to design, organize, and implement a planning and resource allocation process that can be successfully and efficiently applied in almost any campus environment.
KEY PROGRAM TAKEAWAYS
This program is right for you if you are looking for practical strategies to:
* Engage the campus community in the planning effort
* Build trust by using an open and transparent planning process
* Plan efficiently
* Allocate resources in ways that are consistent with established priorities and institutional values
* Develop measurable institutional goals that can be assessed
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Provosts, chief financial officers, chief planning officers, and other cabinet-level officials who are charged with stewarding institution-wide planning processes will benefit most from this program. Given their role in championing the process, we encourage presidents to attend as part of their larger planning team.
Because of the highly interactive nature of this program, registration will be limited.