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Our Mission

Goals/SWOT/Plan
The MI Team
• Carrie Haskell-Luevano • Laszlo Prokai
• Guenther Hochhaus • Bill Riffee
• Margaret James
• Dan Robinson
• Michael Meldrum
• Kristin Weitzel
• Tom Munyer
• Sven Normann • Almut Winterstein
• Dong Hau Wu
Technology for Teaching,
Research and Service
Selection of Recorder
• Random
• Keep Notes
Presentation (Tues AM) 5min
• Random
• The purpose of this session is to summarize
and present the results from Monday’s
Session
Technology
• Education

• Research

• Service
Recognition as a Leader Among Colleges of
Pharmacy in the Development and Use of
Technology for Teaching, Research and Service

• Examine existing and projected needs for


information technology
• Make library resources and databases readily
available to External Faculty and students while
on rotation using commercial browsers (e.g.,
AOL) and off-campus IP addresses
Provide the faculty and staff with the support
needed to accomplish the mission of the College

• Support and evaluate faculty in their research


endeavors by providing faculty with hands on
training in new technologies, travel to attend
professional meetings, a vital visiting faculty
program, closer interaction with the
pharmaceutical industry and other professional
interactions and money for start-up projects.
Provide the faculty and staff with the support
needed to accomplish the mission of the College

• Hire qualified staff and reward them appropriately

• Conduct a needs analysis for professional


development of faculty and staff followed by
action to meet identified needs and wants
Priority Issues for Goals to be
discussed for afternoon session
• Round-Robin

• Brainstorming

• 25 min
Top Five Priority Issues
• 1
• 2
• 3
• 4
• 5
SWOT ANALYSIS
Strengths

Weaknesses

Opportunities

Threats
SWOT ANALYSIS
I College Strengths
N • A distinctive competence? • Well-conceived functional
T • Adequate financial resources? area strategies?
• Good contacts/relations
E • Good competitive skills?
• Innovative programs/services?
• Good overall reputation?
R • Special expertise? • Insulated (at least somewhat)
N • An acknowledge academic
leader?
from strong competitive
A pressures?
• Competitive advantages?
L • Proven management?
SWOT ANALYSIS
I College Weaknesses
N • No clear strategic • Plagued with internal
direction operating problems?
T • A deteriorating • Vulnerable to competitive
E competitive position? pressures?
• Lack of managerial depth • Competitive
R and talent? disadvantages?
N • Missing any key skills or • Unable to finance needed
competencies? changes in strategy?
A • Poor track record in • Other?
L implementing strategy?
SWOT ANALYSIS
E Opportunities
X • Enter new markets or segments?
T • Expand services to meet broader range
E of student needs?
R • Diversity into related services?
N • Complacency
A • Fast market growth?
• Weak competitors?
L
• Others?
SWOT ANALYSIS
E Threats
X
T • Slow market growth?
• Adverse government policies?
E
• Growing competitive pressures?
R
• Vulnerability to recession and business
N cycle?
A • Adverse demographic changes?
L • Other?
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Strengths
Weaknesses
Opportunities
Threats
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Session #2
• Interdepartmental Interest Groups
Development of Objectives and
Objective Statements
• What is an objective?
• Relate to our overall Goal
Objectives and Statements
• 1
• 2
• 3
• 4
• 5
Identification of measures
demonstrating that the objectives
were met.
Session #3
• Redefining the plan
• interdepartmental interest Groups