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E. Strategic Planning
- Each institution shall develop a strategic plan for presentation to the Board of Trustees. Strategic plans shall include academic, financial, human resources, and capital planning components, and provide for the accomplishment of the respective institutional missions. The plans shall also recognize the institution's role and impact within the larger system of institutions (including opportunities to collaborate and/or adverse impacts that might result). The Administrative Board shall ensure the plans are appropriately well-coordinated.
- Annually, at the Board of Trustees' retreat, each campus President and the Chancellor should identify the key strategic issues for their respective institutions and set out the strategic priorities and risks for the coming fiscal year. The Administrative Board shall adopt a template acceptable to the Board of Trustees for the institutional presentations to ensure the presentations and associated materials are appropriately strategic and comparable.
- Following the annual retreat, the Administrative Board will carefully consider the Board of Trustees' responses to the presentations and its members will make such adjustments to their respective institutional strategic plans as may be necessary or desirable.
- At the Board of Trustees' business meetings the host institution will present a status report on its strategic plan, results, and system-wide impacts.