The Strategic Planning Committee is a University-level standing committee implemented by the President, which serves to facilitate the advancement and implementation of the WSU Strategic Plan. The purpose of this policy is to define the structure and responsibilities of the committee.
II. Committee Structure
The following appointments shall be made to the Strategic Planning Committee. There are no term limits for appointees.
A. Representatives Appointed by Colleges and Other University Units
The dean or senior executive in each of the following areas shall appoint a representative to the Strategic Planning Committee. Each representative is expected to be an integral part of the college or unit’s strategic planning process and a person who can effect change in their college or unit:
B. Representatives Appointed by University
Each of the following organizations shall appoint a representative using the organization’s process for selecting committee members. Representatives are expected to be a voice for their constituents, as well as be an active participant in the work of the Strategic Planning Committee:
A representative from the Office of the General Counsel shall serve as an advisor to committee.
III. Committee Responsibilities
A. To engage in the strategic planning assessment process to monitor progress toward targets, to include:
B. To provide meaningful cross-campus conversation on strategic topics to demonstrate progress on the University's strategic plan, to include:
C. To review University goals for needed revisions, to include additions, deletions or changes as appropriate.
D. To provide ownership of WSU Strategic Plan website content.
E. To review Strategic Plan templates, tools and metrics for needed changes.
F. To facilitate the applied learning implementation process, to include:
G. To ensure two-way communication with the various University senates.
H. To schedule review of and provide feedback to colleges and other University departments on updated strategic plans, to include:
August 08, 2017