Plan for Strategic Success at User Group 2017

Plan for Strategic Success at User Group 2017

Measuring institutional effectiveness and moving the needle on strategic priorities are top of mind for provosts and deans. Learn how to use faculty activity reporting software to assess success, promote continuous improvement, measure impact and drive decision making with data at User Group 2017, October 8-10 in Milwaukee. Here’s just a sample of the 16-plus presentations by universities using faculty activity data to drive progress toward the mission:

SCALING UP: DATA DRIVEN DECISIONS USING ACTIVITY INSIGHT ACROSS CAMPUS

Dr. Christopher Olsen, Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences
Susan Powers, Associate Vice President, Academic Affairs
Indiana State University

With the support of the faculty senate and key administrators, Indiana State University has moved to a fully-scaled implementation of Activity Insight including all faculty and accreditation reporting, award applications and strategic plan reporting. Learn about crucial decisions that allowed this transformation to happen and where it will continue to take them.

PROMOTING CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT, AUTOMATICALLY

Dr. Su Dong, Assistant Professor
Fayetteville State University

Fayetteville State University uses 10 key metrics to assess various departments based on its strategic plan. Working with faculty, a minimum criteria was developed for various activities including scholarly activities and community engagement. Explore how they transformed a manual process to an automated Continuous Improvement Report, even earning the American Council of Education Award for Innovation for their efforts.

CAPTURING YOUR MISSION STATEMENT, STRATEGIC GOALS AND IMPACT USING ACTIVITY INSIGHT

Sue Garrett, Sr Web Developer/Analyst
Van Gray, Professor of Management
Cindy Riemenschneider, Assoc. Dean for Research
Baylor University

Baylor University sought to see the connection between faculty accomplishments, their mission and strategic goals. Learn the various steps they took to capture impact, innovation and engagement, three key requirements for AACSB. Also hear how they applied activity levels to qualification documents and new categories that tie faculty accomplishments to the college mission statement.

Take a look at the full User Group agenda and register today. Hurry—regular pricing ends September 8!

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