How to approach integrated strategic planning in higher education
Institutional success depends on long-term sustainability, connecting investments with outcomes and creating a culture that is data-informed. As the role of institutional effectiveness expands across higher education, designing a comprehensive integrated, strategic planning process is one of the most critical ways leaders can support these efforts. Integrated, strategic planning requires a unified approach to utilizing academic and administrative data for continuous improvement. However, this can be an overwhelming process for institutions, with many unsure of where to start.
Listen in on the recording to hear about University of Maryland Global Campus' and University of Southern Mississippi's approaches to integrated strategic planning and its role in higher education today.
This webinar replay features:
- Dr. Christopher Davis, Vice President of Academic Services and Quality at the University of Maryland Global Campus
- Dr. Douglas Masterson, Senior Associate Provost for Institutional Effectiveness at the University of Southern Mississippi
- Suzanne Carbonaro, Director of Academic Partnerships at HelioCampus and formerly Director of Assessment at both Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Rider
What's covered in this webinar:
- Best practices for rolling out a truly collaborative planning process, inclusive of stakeholder needs and access to data
- Lessons learned associated with their integrated strategic planning evolutions so you can avoid these pitfalls
- What these institutional leaders are tackling next in their integrated strategic planning roadmaps
- How to align your planning process with key data, including student achievement, financial aid, and human resources
- What technologies and other resources exist to support an integrated strategic planning process at your college or university