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1 AMS 2030 – Executive Strategy Introduction to AMS Council

2 Mission Statement “To improve the quality of the educational, social, and personal lives of the students of UBC.”

3 History Spencer Keys (AMS President 2005-2006) developed first “Strategic Framework” for the AMS Enforced for one year, lost in transition, minimal by-in from students Caroline Wong (AMS President 2013- 2014) created the Vision Taskforce AMS Council re-drafted Vision Taskforce to AMS 2030 Taskforce in April 2014

4 Purpose Provide a long-term macro direction for the Society post-New SUB Enshrine the values and vision of the Society through direct member engagement to instil a sense of ownership Provide structure and stability in an intransient organization without binding the hands of future Councils

5 Process AMS 2030 is not built in isolation (community-driven initiative) Built around multiple-overlapping strategies that correlate to the values of the organization (Access AMS, Engage AMS, Ignite AMS, Invest AMS) Referendum approval in 2015, ratification by undergrad societies

6 Issues Being Address Transparency Accountability Efficiency Effectiveness Communication Engagement Accessibility Community & Partnership-Driven

7 THE FOUR STRATEGIES AMS Strategic Planning

8 The Four Strategies AMS Strategic Plans have been very macro, to the extent of a lack of direction AMS Council has a desire to delve deeper into specific issues (see values) while balancing their focus between macro and micro Each strategy allows for sharper focus, more detail towards implementation, and a clear direction for the Society to take All plans contain five goals, three sub-goals, with a supplementary recommendation on metrics and KPIs

9 The Four Plans AMS 203 Access AMS Engag e AMS Ignite AMS Invest AMS

10 Access AMS Issues Addressed: Transparency + Accountability Goal: To build an open AMS that is transparent and accountable to its members, with opportunities for meaningful, accessible public participation, made possible through innovation, technology and collaboration Focused around the concept of Open Government & Open Data Code changes, access to information policies, improved communications

11 Engage AMS Issues Addressed: Communications + Engagement Goal: To build a culture of inclusiveness and ownership amongst AMS members, where there is a constant exchange of information and ideas Focused around implementation of new Communications Strategy, new communications tools, and changes to methodology

12 Ignite AMS Issues Addressed: Accessibility + Community Partnerships Goal: To build a more streamlined and integrated AMS, building formal ties to all areas of student life at UBC, fostering student involvement and participation Focus on creating a simpler structure with reduced internal-navigation Formal ties with non-AMS affiliated groups (Rec, RezLife, Athletics, Greek Life, etc.)

13 Invest AMS Issues Addressed: Facilitation of previous plans, technological upgrades Goal: To build a innovative and leading-edge student society using technology to supplement current functions, engage members, and improve access Over $500,000 of technological investment Financial systems, club management, surveying and data collection, board management, internal communications, mobile applications, etc.

14 PROCESS AND CHALLENGES Implementation and Concept

15 Process Strategies to be drafted by the Executive, sent for open consultation before being referred to AMS 2030 Taskforce Once at Taskforce, to be vetted, reviewed, and sent to AMS Council for ratification Once ratified, plan placed into the formal AMS 2030 proposal Once all proposals ratified, AMS 2030 sent to students for approval

16 Capacity + Challenges Even with 15 months, these strategies will not be fully implemented by our turnover Goal is to create the strategies, send to Council, and have future Councils’ implement at their discretion Project being coordinated by Presidents’ office, driven with support by staff and AMS 2030 Taskforce

17 Timeline Access AMS– Introduction to AMS Council by June 25 th, adoption by late July, implementation phased through December 2016 Engage AMS – Introduction to AMS Council by August 14 th, adoption by late September, implementation phased through December 2016 Ignite AMS – Introduction to AMS Council by October 1 st, adoption by late October, implementation through December 2016 Invest AMS – Introduction to AMS Council by June 11 th, adoption by July 2 nd, implementation through April 2015 AMS 2030 – First consultative draft to AMS Council by September 1 st, public consultation through October 15 th, second consultative draft by November 1 st, referendum approval in January.


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