2 edition of Outcomes assessment in higher education linked with strategic planning and budgeting found in the catalog.
Outcomes assessment in higher education linked with strategic planning and budgeting
John Lafayette Green
by Strategic Planning/Management Associates in Shawnee Mission, Kan. (P.O. Box 27033, Shawnee Mission, 66225)
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by John L. Green, Jr. and Peter M. Jonas.|
|Contributions||Jonas, Peter M.|
|LC Classifications||LB2342 .G79 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||97210687|
Book Description. Higher Education Strategy and Planning draws together a team of expert contributors from across the sector to offer contemporary descriptions of practice in Higher Education and critical reflections on that of the tools and techniques transcend the particular national system within which they are situated and therefore have global relevance . Just about every higher education institution periodically engages in strategic planning. Some of this planning is part of the fabric and culture of a college, but many campuses engage in planning only when required by accrediting agencies or mandated by statewide system offices, or after a crisis.
operational decision making; Assessment and Strategic Planning, and Budgeting are linked • Collaboration among institutional stakeholders; Everyone must be engage to sustain a true transformation • Organizational motivation with a commitment to individual and organizational learning • Use of technology to facilitate change and assessmentFile Size: KB. Higher education institutions have a responsibility to continually improve their operational and academic effectiveness to maintain competitiveness in the marketplace. In particular, as a result of an increasing global economy, post-secondary institutions face a host of challenges such as academic quality, student recruitment, student retention.
Demonstrate an understanding of strategic planning in higher education. Specifically, the student will be able to Discuss the importance of strategic planning in higher education. Evaluate different approaches to strategic planning in higher education institutions. 4. Analyze the concepts of accountability and improvement in higher. strategic plan defining our vision: desired outcomes: The strategic planning process helped the Department clearly define desired outcomes for the future and strategic actions to achieve those outcomes. The planning occurred in five phases. PHASE 1 INITIATING THE PROCESS Our pr eliminary assessment showed us that additional staff and community.
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Get this from a library. Outcomes assessment in higher education linked with strategic planning and budgeting. [John Lafayette Green; Peter M Jonas]. Section One: Overview of Strategic Planning in Higher Education From the point at which George Keller published his Academic Strategy: The Management Revolution in American Higher Education inAmerican post-secondary institutions have struggled with the concept of and uses for strategic planning in the Size: 2MB.
Outcomes Assessment in Higher Education focuses on assessing institutional quality and effectiveness, and responds to the increasing demand for greater accountability at all levels of institutional activity. It provides material that anyone in higher education dealing with outcomes assessment will find useful.
The book presents the perspective Price: $ PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT IN HIGHER EDUCATION Demonstrating Institutional Effectiveness. In this era of increasing pressure on higher education institutions for accountability, Planning and Assessment in Higher Education is an essential resource for college and university leaders and staff charged with the task of providing evidence of institutional by: Figure 4 Integrated planning and budgeting process Figure 5 Achieving campus “buy-in” at Charleston One of the greatest challenges facing higher education today is the ability to demonstrate the quality of assessment, strategic planning, and budget planning.
• PMP – long history of CUNY planning and assessment across colleges • Strategic Plan – college-specific framework for what you’re trying to achieve as a college • Operational or Action Planning, Year End Reports – that demonstrate how your SP is being implemented • Institutional Assessment Plan – with evidence of implementationFile Size: KB.
A Strategic Planning Primer for Higher Education This article provides an overview of the strategic planning process. It is intended to help you understand the concept of strategic planning, the need for strategy in higher education, and the dynamics of the university-based strategic planning.
It includes a brief history of strategic. accreditation by the Higher Learning Commission on Higher Education. It is also in accord with the College’s commitment to Outcomes based funding. The Relation of Academic Assessment to Governance, Administration, Strategic Planning and Budgeting The Roles of Administration, Governance, and Faculty.
Jonas has written three books in support of my researc h Outcomes Assessment in Higher Education Linked with Strategic Planning and Budgeting [2nd ed.] (), Laughing and Lear ning: An Alter na-Author: Never Mujere. Definition of Strategic Planning “Strategic planning is a formal process designed to help an organization maintain an optimal alignment with the most important elements of its environment” (Rowley, Lujan, & Dolence,p.
15). The strategic planning process supplies the organization with tools that promote future thinking, applies theFile Size: KB. Outcomes and Achievements– monitoring progress and, most importantly, evaluating outcomes. Strategic Planning in Higher Education Framework Creating and Organizing the Plan Making the Plan W ork A.
Leadership B. Communication C. Assessment 1. Mission, Vision, and Values 2. Collaborators and Beneficiaries 3. Environmental Scan 4. Goals Size: KB. Responsible for strategic planning, budgeting, curriculum, course scheduling, assessment, data and records, hiring, faculty and staff evaluation, and coordination with other campus : Professor, Organizational.
2 November | Cultivating strategic innovation in higher education Key Takeaways Creativity refers to inventiveness grounded in field-specific knowledge and expedited by intrinsic motivation. Innovation pertains to the implementation of a creative product or process and its perceived novelty and impact within a given field once it has undergone diffusion and.
The National Center for Higher Education Management Systems (NCHEMS) site has information about publications and services for assessment and other higher-education areas. Assessing Assessment: Successes, Failures, and the Future overviews the state of higher education outcomes assessment (this pdf file will open in a separate window).
Conversations around assessment—akin to higher education in general—can quickly become jargon filled. Thus a good starting point involves an overview of key terms and acronyms.
Our Acronym List takes the guess work out of what the acronyms for which accrediting agencies and assessment-related organizations stand. define strategic planning as “a formal process designed to help an organization identify and maintain optimal alignment with the most important elements of its environment” (p.
15). Presley and Leslie () remind us that the main goal of strategic planning in higher education is to enhance practice. RHM\Strategic Planning & Management rev. 1 Strategic Planning Worksheets for Higher Education The following worksheets are based on the book Strategic Planning for Private Higher Education (The Haworth Press, ).
Page numbers in parentheses refer to this book. By completing the tasks that follow. Section 1 examines best practices in strategic planning for higher education institutions.
We discuss common pitfalls and guiding principles for gaining buy‐in, implementing the plan, and financial planning. In addition, we profile two successful strategic planning processes, including the timeline, participants, procedures, and lessons learned. Santa Rosa Junior College is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, the recognized local agency that is affiliated with the Federation of Regional Accrediting Commissions of Higher Education.
The College adheres to the institutional standards set forth by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC) and has been approved.
Outcome Based Planning and Evaluation (OBPE) You plan the program, budgeting resources and costs, and argue successfully for funding.
Establish clear program outcomes to meet that need. Develop ways to measure those program outcomes (indicators). Design program to reach that audience and produce the desired outcomes.
Performs remote and onsite training for higher education administrators and other personnel for a software system integrating planning, budgeting, assessment, program Title: Senior Training Consultant at .Our fundamental purpose is to strengthen teaching and learning through assessment - and its like to planning and budgeting.
THE UNK PLANNING CHALLENGE. This assessment plan outlines a program designed to define the apparent gap between our vision, strategic objectives, and our present circumstances. Strategic planning can then aim to close that.Academic journal article Planning for Higher Education Strategic Planning and Assessment in an Outcomes-Based Funding Environment: In an Era of More Scrutiny and Less Funding, Higher Education Must Be Adaptive to the Changing Environment While .