Integrated Planning: Adapting Best Practices for your College – January 22, 2016 at Orange Coast College
Demands on colleges for creating more and more plans continue to increase. For our colleges to be effective, these plans need to be integrated with each other and with resource allocation, facilities development, student services, curriculum development, course offering plans, hiring and technology procurement. During this workshop, several leading colleges with integrated planning will share best practices they developed and problems encountered in the process. Then, teams from each college will engage in structured activities to apply the best practices. Join us and walk away with a specific work plan to implement an effective and efficient integrated planning model at your college. This workshop presented best practices for integrated planning highlighting several college’s planning processes, including College of the Canyons, Mt. San Antonio, San Diego Mesa, and South Orange CCD.
What will be Covered? The Participant Learning Outcomes included the following:
- Participants will be able to identify 5 or more planning principles.
- Participants will be able to identify how their college may already be applying one or more of the planning principles at their college/district.
- Participants will be able to identify one or more new ideas for applying the planning principles at their college/district.
- Participants will develop a work plan based on the planning principles they want to improve upon at their college/district, including identifying objectives/tasks, measurement of progress/criteria, people involved and completion.
- Connect with others working in the region on effective strategies for applying effective integrated planning.
from all of the events.
Principles of Planning Part 1
Principles of Planning Parts 2 and 3
Wrap Up and Comments
About The Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Initiative
The Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Initiative (IEPI) is a collaborative effort to advance the effectiveness of California Community Colleges, reduce accreditation sanctions and audit issues, and enhance our colleges' ability to serve students effectively. In an effort to achieve these goals, the IEPI is commissioning the development of resources and offering workshops to address identified needs. In late 2015 and early 2016 workshops focusing on integrated planning were held at various locations across the state. The IEPI is jointly administered by the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office and College of the Canyons. Major components of the initiative include development of the statewide indicators per SB 852 and SB 860, making Technical Assistance Teams (now called Partnership Resource Teams) and implementation grants available to colleges interested in receiving assistance, and providing professional development opportunities.
To learn more, please see the below contact information:
Barry Gribbons, Daylene Meuschke, Barbara McNeice-Stallard, Bri Hays, Madeleine Hinks, Denice Inciong
Deputy Chancellor, Dean, Institutional Research, Planning and Institutional Effectiveness, Director, Research & Institutional Effectiveness, Campus-Based Researcher, Dean of Institutional Effectiveness, District Director of Research Planning & Data Manage
College of the Canyons, College of the Canyons, Mt. San Antonio, San Diego Mesa, South Orange CCD