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Planning for Higher Education Journal

Successful Processes to Engender Board Ownership of Strategic Planning

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From Volume 35 Number 4 | July–September 2007
By Jack P. Calareso

Too often, Boards of Trustees feel that final approval of the institution's Strategic Plan is sufficient. However, most Plans will only be successfully implemented if the Board has complete ownership and a commitment to be actively involved in many areas of the institution (not only fund raising). This article describes a successful process and key strategies to develop Board engagement and ownership of the Strategic Plan and ongoing involvement in the successful implementation of the Plan.

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