Presentation Type

Interactive Workshop (105 minute solution-based workshop)

Abstract

Academic chairs lead the planning process for their departments. An important question for chairs becomes, “How can I develop and assess relevant goals?” This session offers participants a framework to establish a realistic understanding of how their academic departments relate to and are perceived by their outside and inside stakeholders.

Keywords

strategic planning, outcomes, departmental assessment, goal alignment, program evaluation, stakeholders

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A Framework for Relevancy in Academic Departments

Academic chairs lead the planning process for their departments. An important question for chairs becomes, “How can I develop and assess relevant goals?” This session offers participants a framework to establish a realistic understanding of how their academic departments relate to and are perceived by their outside and inside stakeholders.