Why Integrated Planning?
Building Capacity Across Institutional Boundaries
Strategic planning doesn't have to be painful.
Bring up the topic of strategic planning and you often get a lot of pained looks and audible groans. Some may recount an experience where a lot of time and resources went into producing a glossy document that sits on someone’s shelf. It doesn’t need to be this way.Integrated planning = successful strategic planning.
There is an alternative: integrated planning. Integrated planning engages all areas of an institution to work together toward a common vision. Done well, it is not a one-time event but a durable framework to create the infrastructure for institutional thriving. When optimized, integrated planning links resources, processes, and people with an institution’s mission, vision, and core values.Solution.
In this webinar, we will preview a partnered event brought to you by SCUP, NACAS, and ACUHO-I that examines how using the SCUP Integrated Planning Model
—a strategic and operational planning process tailored for the complexities and challenges of institutions of higher education—will help you create a solid foundation at your institution for planning for both the short- and long-term.
Nick Santilli (Host)
Senior Director of Learning Strategy
Society for College and University Planning
Neil Hart, MBA (Panelist)
Executive Director, Auxiliary Services
University of Houston
(Erica) Brett Jackson (Panelist)
Interim Associate Vice President for Auxiliary Services and UGA Foundation CFO
University of Georgia
Christopher Silva, EdD (Panelist)
Director of Housing
Recorded January 13, 2021.
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