The University's Strategic Direction for 2017 - 22 was developed and approved by University Council in December 2016. The latest versions of the Strategic Direction, University Performance Measures and a concept of how the strategy will work are below, along with a short video to take you through the key points.
The detailed planning work for the strategy is underway and expected to continue until June 2017. Under Phase 2 below, you will find the latest information on this work, while further down on the page, Phase 1 outlines all the steps and documentation since February 2016.
This phase builds upon the Strategic Direction to develop the details. This is a very iterative process which looks at scope and resources and continually refines towards the final plans. We use a program logic model approach similar to the last strategic plan.
11. Official Release of Strategic Plan
10. University Council Approval of Strategic Plan
9. Strategic Project Development
|Strategic Project||Latest Documentation|
|General||Strategy Update||July 2017 Vice-Chancellor's Forum|
|Programs for Stakeholder Impact (PSI)||PSI Scope Handout||March 2017 Vice-Chancellor's Forum|
|Organise for Community Impact (OCI)||OCI Scope Handout||March 2017 Vice-Chancellor's Forum|
|Transform Learning and Teaching|
|Transform Online (TOL)*||TOL Update||July 2017 Vice-Chancellor's Forum|
|TOL Project Definition v3.9||Updated October 2017|
|TOL Update #2||August 2017|
|TOL Update #3 - Response to the NTEU Questions||August 2017|
|TOL August Academic Consultations||August 2017|
|TOL Update #4 Academic forums feedback||August 2017|
|TOL Design Principals v1||August 2017|
|TOL Update #5 - Proposed operating models evaluation workshop||August 2017|
|TOL Update #6 Consultation with VCLT||September 2017|
|Transform on Campus (TOC)*||TOC Update||July 2017 Vice-Chancellor's Forum|
|TOC Project Definition v3||June 2017 Vice-Chancellor's Forum|
|TOC Project Definition v4||October 2017|
|TOC Project Overview v4||August 2017|
|Transform Quality and Distinctiveness (TQD)||TQD Scope Handout||March 2017 Vice-Chancellor's Forum|
|Strategic Workforce Capability (SWC)||SWC Scope Handout||March 2017 Vice-Chancellor's Forum|
|Deep Understanding of Operations (DUO)||DUO Scope Handout||March 2017 Vice-Chancellor's Forum|
|Collaborate with Others (CWO)||CWO Scope Handout||March 2017 Vice-Chancellor's Forum|
|Market Oriented Organisation (MOO)*||MOO Update||July 2017 Vice-Chancellor's Forum|
|MOO Project Definition v4.3||June 2017 Vice-Chancellor's Forum|
|MOO Update #1||August 2017|
|Market TRENDSearch||September 2017|
Phase 1 involved broad involvement from across the University and used foresight techniques. The following provides an overview of the process and key dates, and includes documentation that was created and used along the way.
8. Council Approval (Dec 2016) of 2017-2022 Strategic Direction
7. Strategic Direction (Oct-Nov 2016)
This step refines or redesigns major strategic directions of CSU including:
6. 2030 Scenarios
Gary Saliba presents a video introduction on YouTube, to the four 2030 scenarios below.
5. Test Scenarios (Aug 2016)
This step wind-tunnels or tests our current strategy, plans, projects, values and beliefs against the scenarios, and identifies emergent themes.
4. Scenario Logics (May 2016)
This step uses the system map to determine the driving forces and critical uncertainties before us to help select the scenarios.
3. System Map (Mar-Apr 2016)
This step develops a system map which is a visual representation of the inter-relationships between the forces that are shaping CSU's environment.
2. Strategic Agenda (Feb 2016)
This step develops the key questions that, when answered, will give us the clarity and confidence in defining the Nature and Direction for CSU in next cycle.
1. Environmental Scan
This step considers our past and current environment, and outlines the forces that can affect us.