A strategic plan identifies how an organization will prioritize their resources to achieve a desired future state while positioning itself to be competitive within the industry. Strategic plans most notoriously fail in the implementation phase; however, implementation success hinges upon the quality of the plan formulation. This session will provide a strategic planning overview, medical school specific approaches, as well as how to utilize logic models as a strategic planning framework.
- Articulate the four major components of a strategic planning process in academic medicine.
- Identify essential skill sets that strategic planners must master to manage a successful planning process.
- Understand how and when to implement various tools into individual schools’ planning processes.
Carolyn Brayko, PhD, Director, Organizational Development & Strategic Planning, Office of the Dean, University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine
Janice Renfro, MBA, Director of Data Governance, Washington University School of Medicine
Katy Stevenson, MPP, Program Administrator, Strategy, Planning and Development, University of Rochester Medical Center, Immediate Past Chair, AAMC Group on Institutional Planning (GIP)