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2 Academic Planning Town Hall Meeting April 20, 2004 WOO-HOO! University of Cincinnati: Leading in the 21 st Century

3 Bob Gleason Welcome and clarification

4 Work Period ACTION TEAMS WORK: 8 -9:15 a.m.

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6 Lawrence Johnson, Dean, College of Education, Criminal Justice and Human Services Input Session Output

7 Summary of Input Session data 83 input sessions have been completed as of today – 56 1 st round input sessions – 27 2 nd round input sessions Over 2,400 individuals have participated in input sessions (students, alumni, faculty, administrators, community leaders) – 1,817 1 st round – nd round

8 Summary of Input Session data (continued) Over 325 individuals have provided written feedback More than 24,200 page views on the academic planning Web site Over 800 pages of notes and feedback generated

9 4 Point Scale – 1= Poor; 2 = Satisfactory; 3 = Very Good; and 4 = Outstanding

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11 3. Activity appropriate given stage of process; 4. Comfort in expressing ideas; 5. Ideas accurately incorporated; 6. Facilitator evaluation; 7. The CAP Process is progressing as I expected 6 Point Scale – 1 = Strongly Disagree; 6 = Strongly Agree

12 3. Activity appropriate given stage of process; 4. Comfort in expressing ideas; 5. Ideas accurately incorporated; 6. Facilitator evaluation; 7. The CAP Process is progressing as I expected 6 Point Scale – 1 = Strongly Disagree; 6 = Strongly Agree

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15 Action Team Reports What is the one impact you expect to see from your plan?

16 James Tucker, Vice President for Administrative & Business Services Quick Wins/Stupid Policies

17 UC Quick Wins Highlights Quick Wins + Stupid Policies Inclusive Process – Solicited and received suggestions from across the institution, from all levels – Received suggestions from Action Teams – Over 200 submittals

18 UC Quick Wins Highlights Criteria for evaluating suggestions: – Result would positively impact key stakeholder groups – Could be resolved or action steps taken by May 2004 – Would result in a positive Return on Investment Connections to Action Teams and QSI

19 Student-Centered Quick Wins You See Problems  UC Solutions 1. Improve priority registration  Early/Continuous Registration; real time (4/04) 2. We don’t do enough for the best students  4.0 Club (6/04) 3. Degree audits are process and paper intensive  Degree Progress Audits on Web (6/30/04)

20 Student-Centered Quick Wins You See Problems  UC Solutions 4. We need more women students in research  Support for Women in Science and Engineering (in progress) 5. Safety on and off campus  Extended door-to- door service and late night parking (completed) 6. Streamline fee process for thesis/dissertation publication  Single fee (in progress)

21 Student-Centered Quick Wins Student-Centered Quick Wins You See Problems  UC Solutions Longer-term: Make services and processes for students easier, more convenient, paperless  Web posting of grades Credit card payment Real-time bills Other Web enhancements

22 Research/Academic Excellence Quick Wins You See Problems  UC Solutions 1. Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning lacks home  CET&L space in Langsam Library (5/04) 2. We need to do more to recruit and retain best talent  UC Advantage Program (5/04)

23 Community/Partnership Quick Wins You See Problems  UC Solutions 1. Public does not know extent of UC’s community involvement, nor whom to contact  UC Community Connections searchable database (5/04) 2. Find way to extend relationship with alumni  Grads retain UC address (TBD) 3. Many units not prepared or resourced to manage community events, meetings  UC “Hospitality” Office (TBD )

24 Infrastructure Quick Wins You See Problems  UC Solutions 1. University organization unclear to many employees  Organizational chart online; link from president’s office (completed) 2. University needs easy, consistent way to handle all elections  Web-based Election Center (in progress)

25 Infrastructure Quick Wins You See Problems  UC Solutions 3. Frequently requested HR forms are only available in paper  HR Forms Online (5/04) 4. Make it easier to place and check status of work orders  Work Orders Online (Summer 04) 5. Human resources functions need to be streamlined and consolidated  HR Service Center; one-stop model (in progress)

26 Quick Wins Implementation UC Quick Wins: Some completed; some in progress; some need further study Some will be handled by action teams Ongoing QSI support

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28 WHAT’S NEXT AND CLOSING REMARKS Nancy Zimpher, President

29 What Happens Next: Timeline Action Begins Action Teams Action Teams MayJuneJulyAugustSeptember Public Presentation Action Teams Review RefinePlanExecute

30 What Happens Next: This Summer “Document” written and edited Larry Johnson and Marianne Kunnen-Jones will serve as editors Action Team co-chairs will assist in writing Other communicators will be asked to be “second, third set” of eyes Publish on Web by August

31 What Happens Next: This Summer Form a committee to manage UC|21 going forward Retreat with Cabinet, Deans in September

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33 Ships: Our Value Statement Clusters/Standard of Excellence: Our Goals Inauguration: UC|21 Brochure

34 Time to Celebrate! Cake Sign the board

35 THANK YOU!!!!!! Time to Celebrate!


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