Organizing Principle and Strategic Framework Help Prioritize Programs and Assessment
Does your institution have an organizing principle—a succinct statement that clearly defines your institution? Do you know the overarching mission statement without having to pull it up on your computer? Most institutions have some sort of vision or mission statement or organizing principle, but if it is not frequently invoked and discussed, it doesn’t really serve its proper function—focusing the efforts of every unit on a common overarching goal.
- Overhauling the Core Curriculum the Lynn University Way
- Organizing Principle and Strategic Framework Help Prioritize Programs and Assessment
- Supporters and Critics: Both Are Essential to Change
- Leading Upward