STRATEGIC PLANNING – TRANSLATING OUR GOALS INTO ACTION
In the spring 2011 semester, Southeastern Illinois College began the strategic planning cycle to develop the next Strategic Plan for 2012-2017. A sub-committee of faculty, staff and administration assessed the previous planning process and document format. This sub-committee recommended slight changes in both with the goal of making the process more efficient and effective, and improving the document format for greater clarity. These recommendations were accepted by the larger Strategic Planning Committee, with work beginning with the start of the fall 2011 semester. After completing an environmental scan that assessed institutional strengths and weaknesses, as well as opportunities and threats, the Strategic Planning Committee identified the key initiatives and measurable goals which are most crucial for Southeastern Illinois College to accomplish its mission and move toward attainment of institutional goals. Throughout the 2011-2012 academic year, the process was engaged by the college family under the leadership of the Strategic Planning Committee to identify the major institutional initiatives and sub-goals for each of those major initiatives. This plan represents the collective input of the College faculty, staff, students and administration, building a vision of what the College needs to accomplish and how the College should look as we move toward the next five years. The Strategic Plan will be the College’s road map and guide in the decision-making process for budgeting and program development. The 2012-2017 Strategic Plan was approved by the Board of Trustees on July 10, 2012.
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