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Strategic Planning Meeting Minutes: April (Meeting Two)

April 25, 2019
10 A.M. – Noon

School of Allied Health Sciences


  • We value the preparation of skilled health professionals.
  • We value excellence in education and lifelong learning.
  • We believe in modeling a culture of respectfulness and inclusivity to produce
    culturally competent professionals in health-related fields.
  • We value resourcefulness to help transform our programs.


  • The SoAHS will lead in creating educated health and human performance
    professionals who are innovative advocates, scientist, practitioners, and


  • The SoAHS leverages unique health-related disciplines using a collaborative and
    resourceful approach to deliver high-quality education and scholarship that
    advances lifelong health.

Goals (review and suggest edits for wording as needed)

  • Unification: To identify common needs across the school and define equitable
    processes for the distribution of resources.
  • Collaboration: To create a culture of collaboration and inclusivity between and
    amongst distinctive departments.
  • Communication: To create and maintain timely and accurate communication
    that is accessible and relevant to all stakeholders.
  • Scholarship: To strengthen our scholarship presence.


Please answer and bring these questions to our next meeting, scheduled within the timeline of May 7 10-12.

For each goal, craft a beginning action plan that answers these questions:

  • What is your goal statement?
  • What are three important steps toward implementing this goal?
  • What are the needed resources (people, money, technology, space, etc.) for this goal?
  • What is the time frame for implementing each step?
  • Who is the suggested champion or owner – the person who will be ultimately responsible for the successful completion of the goal?
  • Who needs to be involved in the successful implementation of the three important
  • Give a description of what success would look like
  • What are the potential hurdles or challenges that would prevent implementation?