UMKC Strategic PlanVetting Stage - Looking for input

UMKC Strategic PlanVetting Stage - Looking for input

UMKC Strategic Plan Vetting Stage Looking for input Chris Brown, Cochair Carol Hintz, Cochair Ted White, Cochair UMKC Strategic Plan

For next 5 and 10 years Focus UMKC people and resources Setup UMKC for future success Represent UMKC to UM system, all campuses, legislature, governor, community UM System Cant use existing Strategic Plans

Started in November Draft due December 15 - submitted Draft due March 15 - submitted Final draft due May 15 Missouri Compacts 1. Excellence in Student Success 2. Excellence in Research & Creative Works 3. Excellence in Engagement & Outreach

4. Excellence in Planning, Operations & Stewardship 5. Inclusive Excellence UMKC Commitments 1. Commitment to Our People 2. Commitment to Faculty Success 3. Commitment to Staff Success 4. Commitment to Student Success 5. Commitment to Community Success 6. Commitment to Administrative Success Chancellor Agrawal Pillars

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Provide exceptional student success and experience Become a thriving discovery enterprise Transform our community and region with impactful engagement Provide an unwavering commitment to the development of our people Foster an environment of invigorating multiculturalism, globalism, and inclusion

6. Develop a strong and resilient people, process, and physical infrastructure UMKC Commitments 1. Commitment to our People Missouri Compacts 5. Inclusive Excellence 2. Faculty Success 3. Staff Success 2. Excellence in Research &

Creative Works NA 4. Student Success 1. Excellence in Student Success 5. Community Success 3. Excellence in Engagement & Outreach 4. Excellence in Planning,

Operations & Stewardship 6. Administrative Success Chancellor Pillars 5. Foster an environment of invigorating multiculturalism, globalism, and inclusion 2. Become a thriving discovery enterprise 4. Provide an unwavering commitment to the development

of our people 1. Provide exceptional student success and experience 3. Transform our community and region with impactful engagement 6. Develop a strong and resilient people, process, and physical infrastructure 6 commitments, 6 subcommittees, 6-7 people per committee 1. Commitment to our People Kevin Sansberry

2. Commitment to Faculty Success- Kristi Holsinger 3. Commitment to Staff Success Makini King 4. Commitment to Student Success Gayle Levy 5. Commitment to Community Success Curt Crespino 6. Commitment to Administrative Success Bonnie Postlethwaite Cochairs Chris Brown, Carol Hintz and Ted White 38 people (TT, NTT, Staff, Students, Community members) Ex-Officios Sheri Gormley, McKensie Callahan UMKC Starting Point Not starting from scratch Reference UMKC documents

Reference UM system documents Source documents UMKC Documents UM system documents UMKC Strategic Plan, 2010-20 Achieving Excellence Presentation, UMS President UMKC Strategic Plan, 2013-18, USNWR & Peer Metrics, UMS President UMKC FY18 Budget Plan, Strategic Plan Development, UMS President UMKC Academic Portfolio Review, Budget Planning Guidance, UMS President / VPFA UMKC Administrative Review, Expenditure Reductions, UMS President UMKC CIE ORS Task Force Report, Inclusive Excellence Framework, UMS President UMKC CIE Athletics Task Force Report, UMKC FY18 Goals, UMS President, UMKC Chancellor

COACHE, Ruffalo Noel Levitz, AXIs reports, NSSE, FSSE Subcommittee Actions Active Participation Modify as a committee Add, Subtract, Edit, Rearrange Keep non-negotiables in mind Consult and collaborate with other subcommittees as needed Utilize UMKC and UM system documents

Reach out as needed - Co-Chairs as Liaisons; Resource Personnel Cite reference documents that are used Provide monthly reports Living document - Revise document based in discussion with cochairs, and with vetting Goals, Objectives and Tasks Goals Aspirations, Long term, Umbrella of several objectives, Try to complete in 5 to 10 years, May never be completed, Overall goal is to improve UMKC Objectives - Its completion will help achieve the goal, Can be completed within 5 years, Requires multiple steps or tasks, multiple people Tasks (not included in plan) - Help to complete the objective, Has a clear beginning and end, Usually can be completed in less than one year, Usually requires one or a small number of

people to achieve. Will be part of implementation of plan. For each Goal List of objectives. List of tasks to be accomplished Leader or Responsible person

Metrics of measuring the objective and goal Resources used to develop the goal Metrics Will not be arbitrary (20,000 by 2020) When available, we will look at our standing compared to our operational peers and aspirational peers Numbers still need to be determined. When available, we might try to move to the next quartile in the next 5 years, two quartiles in 10 years.

When not available, look for statistically significant shift. #1: Commitment to our people 1.1 Become a Great Place to Work as Defined by Chronicle of Higher Education 1.2 Foster equity, diversity and inclusion in all we do 1.3 Become a Performance-Driven Learning Organization #2: Faculty Success 2.1 2.2 2.3

2.4 2.5 Support TT and NTT faculty and their career advancement Promote discovery and creative activity Promote quality, personalized, and engaging learning Develop faculty training and resources to promote student success Promote faculty success through improved policies, processes, and metrics, in collaboration with faculty

#3: Staff Success 3.1 Promote staff development opportunities that foster successful performance, job satisfaction, client service and student success 3.2 Promote Professionalism and Collaboration #4: Student Success (part 1) 4.1 Increase academic quality and diversity of academic program offerings 4.2 Enhance learning experiences 4.3 Increase flexible paths to learning and degree completion 4.4 Increase professional development for students and

increase pedagogical development for instructors 4.5 Increase retention and graduation rates #4: Student Success (part 2) 4.6 Improve career outcomes 4.7 Increase affordability 4.8 Establish shared services experience Councils and servicelevel agreements for core student support functions (Recruitment, Admissions, Scholarship setting and processing, Advising, Career Services 4.9 Enhance access to and quality of services to improve student mental health, physical well-being, and financial wellness 4.10 Increase student diversity

#5: Community Success 5.1 Increase effective community partnerships in the Greater KC region 5.2 Advance urban engagement for the benefit of the community and the University 5.3 Promote entrepreneurship and innovation 5.4 Develop professional workforce for KC 5.5 Strengthen alumni engagement and recognition 5.6 Strengthen donor engagement and investment #6 - Administrative Success

6.1 Develop long-term planning processes for operating and capital needs 6.2 Create measures of accountability visible to all stakeholders 6.3 Develop processes, practices and policies that ensure efficiencies and collaborations across the four campuses of the UM System 6.4 Change organizational structures to achieve the objectives of research, teaching and engagement mission 6.5 Increase revenue to replace state appropriations 6.6 Improve compliance and risk mitigation systems Implementation Strategic plan will be sent to UM system in May.

After system approval, an implementation committee will be set up. Vetting Complete document being sent to you all you can make comments and send back. Comments can be made to any of the following [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected]

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