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McKinsey Project Summary—Columbia Arts & Sciences Review

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Presentation document (shortened version of full project summary)
July 27, 2011

CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETAR
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Administrative, Org.an izational, and Firlancial ReviE~w of Arts & Sciences ­ Project Summary

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Presentation document (shortened version of full project summary)
July 27, 2011

CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETAR

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Administrative,
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izational,
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Firlancial
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COLUMBIA
UNIVERSITY
IN
THE
CITY
OF
NEW
YORK
Presentation document (shortened version
of
full project summary)
July 27, 2011
CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY
 
Options and recommendations
in
this review were informed
by
50+interviews and 3 workshops with stakeholders acros.s Columbia A&S
Interviews Workshops
PPC
members andschool deansDepartments, Centersand Institutes
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HR )
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Academic AffairsAlumni Affairs
&
Development
Nicholas Dirks, Dean
of
A&S 
Michelle Moody·Adams, Dean
of
College Carlos Alonso, Dean
of
GSAS Peter Awn, Dean
of
General Studies Carol Becker, Dean
of
School
of
Arts Kristine Billmyer, Dean
of
SCE Teodolinda Barolini,
Dept
Chair
of
Italian Peter Bearman, Dept. Chair
of
Sociology
-
.,..
,
Amber Miller, Dean
of
SciencesPatrick McMorrow, ADA AnthropologyKay Achar,
ADA
Political ScienceWai·Chi Ho, Exec, Dir., Weatherhead Center
Bm
Dellinger, ADA Germanic LanguagesShanny Peer, Director Maison FrancaiseJoshua Sakolsky, Bus. Mgr. for Art
Hist
& ArchBarak Zahavy, Exec. Dir. CCIT Mohammad Islam, IT Manager, SCE Jai Katsuri, A&S FDS Manager Joan Homkow,
AVP
for HR• Robin Hayes, Assistant Dir. HR, SCELisa Seales,
CC
Dir
of
HR
Pam Tan, EVP Office Dir.
HR
AdminSusan Chang,
CC
Dean
of
Admin & Planning• Josh Burger, Dean
of
Admin & Planning, SCEAndy Hrycyk, Dean
of
Admin & Planning, GSEllen Binder, AVP for Budget & FinanceAudrey Rosenblatt, A&S Assoc. Dir. BudgetAndrea Burell, CC Dir.
of
Finance and PlanningKevin Schollenberger, CC Dean
of
Student AffairsKavila Sharma, Dean
of
Career EducationJoseph Werst,
AA
ManagerHazal May,
CC
Sf. Assc. Dean
of AA
Margaret Edsall, AVP for Academic PlanningAndrea Solomon, AVP for
AA
Kathryn Yatrakis, Dean
of
Acad. Affairs, EVP officeKathy Okun, Sr. DVP,
OAD
Meredith Kirby,
CC
Dir. Admin -Alumni & DevDonna MacPhee, Central Alumni RelationsRuth DeFries, Dept. Chair
of
E3BJean Howard, Dept. Chair
of
Robert Jervis, Dept. Chair
of
Political ScienceAnn McDermott, Dept. Chair
of
ChemistryWayne Proudfoot, Dept. Chair
of
ReligionMichael Riordan, Dept. Chair
of
EconomicsWilliam Allen Zajc, Dept. Chair
of
PhysicsCatherine LaSota, Ass!. Dir., Inst. for
Comp
Lit
&
Soc
Angela Reid, ADA EconomicsAnne Gefell, ADA MusicDeb Carter,
ADA
ChemistryEmilia Waninsky, ChemistryPamela Rodman, EnglishIT workshop with
12
partiCipantsrepresenting
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across schools,departments, and central A&SH R workshop with 10 participantsrepresenting HR across schools,departments, and central A&SFinance workshop with
12
participantsrepresenting Finance across schools,departments, and central A&S5
additional interviews conducted
with
former
A&S
leadership
(Ira
Katznelson,
Mark
Mazo_r,
Austin Quigley, Don Hood, Martin
Meisel)
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Overview
of
Columbia A&S review 
Main
work
streams Key proposed actions
Focus
of
first section andmain focus for today's discussion
Improving
top
levelcoordination anddecision makingEnhancingadministrative
support
servicesA&S organizationstructure anddecision makingeffectiveness andefficiencyContinuing Education enrollment Free
standing
",. master's programenrollmentFinancial aidCurrent use
gifts
• Improve coordination and service delive!)' for departments, institutes and schoolsthrough specialization and pooling
of
transactional activities• Inform potential A&S experiment through peer comparisonIdentify incremental opportunities to increase offerings primarily through expansion
of
hybrid online programs• Com;ider selected investments
in
instructional and infrastructural capacitiesFocus enrollment increases on six high-demand programs with marginal additionsin smaller programs to address additional demand and optimize program offerings,which will fund additional investments
in
required faculty and administration• Introduce two new programs (Economics and Interdisciplinary Individual Study)
to
match offerings with peer universities• Adjust family contribution at higher income levels to preserve aid levels for
studl'3nts
from lower income families, and/or consider reintroducing loansImprove faculty coordination and communication with alumni relations and
devE~lopmentoffice
to drive alumni relatio;1ship building and overall fundraising
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