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1 Strategic Planning & Planning Budget Institutional Effectiveness (PBIE) September 2005

2 Page 2 What do these two have in common?

3 Page 3 Why the need for Strategic Planning? The Change (A) Where are you today? (B) Where do you want to be? (C) How do you plan to get to where you want to be? (E) How will you know when you get to where you want to be? (D) What will help & hinder you getting to where you want to be? (A) Situation (D) Drivers & Restraints (E) Key Goal Indicators – Key Performance Indicators (E) Key Goal Indicators – Key Performance Indicators (B) Vision (C) Strategy

4 Page 4 Why it is important to describe the current situation? Define Control & Stabilize Improve Measure What is not defined cannot be controlled What is not controlled cannot be measured What is not measured cannot be improved Management Philosophy: Continual Process Improvement

5 Page 5 (B)(C) – Vision & Strategy

6 Page 6 Example: IT Strategic Plan Roadmap Organization Strategy Organizational Unit Strategy/Tactics IT Strategy IT Tactical/Program Plans IT Operational Plans IT Application Architecture IT Technical Infrastructure IT Staffing IT Funding Strategic & Master Planning Development Tactical/Roadmap Development & Implementation

7 Page 7 SUNY Orange PBIE Planning Cycle

8 Page 8 Tool - Types Planning (by committee) BSC – Balanced Score Card Managing (by dept heads/leads) Project Management Methodology Project Management Tools Assessing (by dept. heads/leads; committees) Academic Administrative Surveys/Evaluations Deciding (cabinet; college execs; committees) Data Warehouse Tools Business Intelligence Tools Executive Dashboards

9 Page 9 Project Plan/Proposal Components & Methodology For Project/Proposal Submission – tool needed to capture critical project/proposal elements that link to institutional strategic plan(s) goals & objectives. Also For Grant Writing Also For RFPs Very similar to PMBOK-www.pmi.org

10 Page 10 Submittal/Approval Process for Funding Projects/Proposals

11 Page 11 Foundation and Other Funds – Alternative Revenue Generation Alternative Revenue Generation – Funding by other means  Partnership with outside vendors for student beneficiary services:  Use of SUNY Orange Education Foundation to be alternative revenue channel Cell Phone – One month billing rebated to SUNY Orange Educational Foundation High Speed Internet Services - One month billing rebated to SUNY Orange Educational Foundation SUNY Orange - Orange County Chopper Raffle –Totally student led initiative –Run like a business – defined, replicate-able, repeatable –Total (gross) proceeds to date: $185k (approximately)

12 Page 12 THANK YOU Special Thanks to:  Wellington Steele & Associates (via MicroTech) – Rochester, NY  Frontier Corporation  Orange County Choppers Contact Information:  James M. Dutcher - PMP, CISSP, SCP/Security+, CISA (SUNY Orange - Associate Vice President of Technology)  (office)  (college cell)  (personal cell)    


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