Presentation on theme: "San Jose * Evergreen Community College District Strategic Plan 2013 to 2017."— Presentation transcript:
San Jose * Evergreen Community College District Strategic Plan 2013 to 2017
Goal IGoal IIGoal IIIGoal IVGoal VGoal VI Ruth Villaseñor Irma Archuleta Elaine Burns Marjorie Clark Octavio Cruz Dan Hawkins Charles Heimler Sam Ho Takeo Kubo Roland Montemayor David Yancey Shawn Larry Celia Cruz Elizabeth Eckford Lauren McKee Eric Narveson Nasreen Rahim Jan Tomisaka Lt. Gil Torres David Yancey Carol Coen Keith Aytch Marilyn Brodie Sandy DeWolfe Ingrid Thompson Kishan Vujjeni Kim Garcia Lynette Apen Janet Chang Carol Coen Mary Conroy Henry Gee David Lo Ronald Lopez- Ramirez R.J. Ruppenthal Doug Smith Mike Russell Irma Archuleta Shelley Blackman Dan Hawkins Tamela Hawley Lorena Mata Steven Mentor Doug Smith Isai Ulate Robert Wing Dolly Zen Sam Ho Carol Coen Octavio Cruz Maria Duran Carla Esquivel Tamela Hawley Takeo Kubo Rosalie Ledesma Ingrid Rottman Mike Russell PIO Webmaster
If you don't know where you are going, you will wind up somewhere else. -Yogi Bera
Flow of Strategic Planning Individual Work Plan Based on Area Action Plan tied to Annual Evaluation and Professional Development Plan Functional Tactics Area Action Plan Based on Program Review tied to Resource Development Yearly Planning Priorities Annual Measurable Objectives tied to Balanced Scorecard Strategic Goals Long Range (3 to 5 Year) Objectives tied to Balanced Scorecard
Santa Clara Valley Demographics Who do we serve?
Population Facts Santa Clara county is becoming increasingly more diverse The population of people of college age is significant Adults between the ages of 30 to 34 are a significant portion of the workforce The Milpitas area has a significant proportion of college age adults
Population distribution of 30 to 34 year old adults in Santa Clara County
Population Distribution of 15 to 19 year olds in Santa Clara County
Population distribution of college age adults enrolled in college: Santa Clara County
Income Gaps in Santa Clara County Source: U.S. Census Bureau $120,000 $60,000 $40,000 $20,000 0 $100,000 $80,000 Black Hispanic Asian White
Questions to Consider Are our offerings still relevant given the future workforce horizon? Given the population demographics, unemployment, and income outlook, should Adult Education be a strategic priority? What strategies have we used to attract, retain, and graduate students to be ready for the future workforce? How do we align our strategies to our mission and vision?
There are no extra pieces in the universe. Everyone is here because he or she has a place to fill, and every piece must fit itself into the big jigsaw puzzle. Deepak Chopra
Steps to SJECCD Strategic Planning Environmental Scanning Leadership Team Meetings Strategic Planning Steering Groups Constituencies Functional Experts Finalize Objectives and Activities End of term Spring 2013 Assign Ownership and Performance Measures End of calendar year 2013 Institutionalization
Goal I: Student Success San Jose Evergreen Community College District will improve student success through accessible and enhanced educational services and programs.
Goal II: Total Work Environment San Jose Evergreen Community College District is committed to promoting a total work environment that supports the success and development of its students and employees
Goal IV: Organizational Effectiveness and Sustainability San Jose Evergreen Community College District will develop systems that promote institutional effectiveness and fiscal sustainability
Goal V: Technology San Jose Evergreen Community College District will invest in information technology solutions that enhance the learning environment and support student success
Goal VI: Communication San Jose Evergreen Community College District will engage in proactive communication with internal and external audiences to enhance value and improve stakeholder satisfaction
When you come to a fork in the road, take it. Yogi Bera