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Strategic Effectiveness

Strategic planning and effectiveness at the Texas A&M Health Science Center (TAMHSC) is supported, monitored, and assessed by the OAE.  Areas of oversight include:

  • Establishment of a consistent planning cycle
  • Provision of resources related to strategic planning and best practices for developing outcomes and targets
  • Coordination of the Strategic Effectiveness Committee which provides support for planning initiatives across the HSC
  • Training for the reporting software, TracDat

The TAMHSC support units maintain primary responsibility for the planning and assessment for their respective offices.  Each Vice President's office and TAMHSC college/school maintains an overarching strategic plan which aligns with the TAMHSC strategic plan, TAMHSC aspirations, and Texas A&M University (TAMU) Vision 2020.  Professional schools must also adhere to the strategic planning requirements of their professional accrediting agencies.

 

TAMHSC Planning and Assessment Cycle:

Strategic planning and assessment is an ongoing process which is cyclical in nature and focuses on the use of results to make data-driven decisions regarding improvements to outcomes and assessment methods.  The TAMHSC follows the cycle established by TAMU to ensure consistency of planning and reporting processes.

 TAMHSC Cycle of Assessment with description of the process and applicable deadlines

 

  • Develop and update office/college missions and strategic outcomes/objectives based on previous year's results. Mission and outcomes must align with the overarching institutional goals. 
    • Annual updates to missions and outcomes conducted by August 15.
  • Evaluate action plans and updated outcomes to design, modify, and improve assessment plans, key performance indicators, and targets. 
    • Annual design and development of assessment plans conducted by September 1.
  • Implement improved plans, engage in assessment activities, and gather results
    • Annual implementation occurs from September 1 - August 1.
  • Interpret results and evaluate outcomes.  Summarize the results analysis and develop action plans for the following year. 
    • Annual analysis conducted from July 1 - August 1.
  • Use assessment results and action plans to make data-driven decisions regarding the need for modifications and improvements to offices/colleges
    • Modifications and improvements assessed from August 1 - September 1.
Last edited by: tarpley 09/01/2014


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