Planning for Higher Education Journal

Disruptive Transition to an Integrated Organizational Planning and Resource Allocation Model

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From Volume 44 Number 1 | October–December 2015
By Alka Arora Singh
Planning Types: Strategic Planning
Challenges: Planning Alignment

Institutions referenced in this resource:
Glendale Community College-Arizona

The Glendale Community College integrated strategic planning model represents a significant paradigm shift at the institution. Rather than focus exclusively on the production of a strategic plan, the college now seeks to vertically integrate planning at the departmental, divisional, and college levels and horizontally integrate planning with resource allocation and assessment across the organization. This disruptive innovation allows the college to remain true to its mission and ensures the allocation of resources to strategic priorities linked to student success.

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