Sprint or Marathon: How are you Running Your Office?

Sprint or Marathon: How are you Running Your Office?

with Catherine Hay, Associate Director of Admission, Trinity Preparatory School (FL)

Strategic Questions

Based on contribution by Christina Drouin, Center for Strategic Planning, to NAIS publication The Strategic Planning Process .  

  • Mission: What is the mission of your admission office? Why do you exist?
  • Summary of Status: Where is the current status of your department? Positive, negative, challenges.
  • Strategic Issues and Intentions: What are the strategic issues and intentions that we must address over the next three to five years?
  • Goals: What must we accomplish in order to actualize our strategies and intentions
  • Strategies/Initiatives: What are our goals? What specific projects, programs, and activities will mobilize our strategies and lead us to our goals?
  • Performance Outcomes: What is the evidence of success?

 

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