"Goals and Tactical Objectives"
PD rev. 3-8-10 2010-2013 College-Wide Strategic Plan: Engaged for Excellence *1=Cross Functional Team 2=One Lead Department 3=Multiple Departments Goals and Tactical Objectives Key Performance Implementati SUPPORTING Executive Advocate ADVOCATE Indicators Dashboard FY2011 FY2012 FY2013 on* Target Target Target Links GOAL 1: A FULLY ENGAGED AND SUCCESSFUL STUDENT BODY 1.1 Increase use and support of active and % of full-time faculty engaging in related 25% 40% 50% Retention Rate (FTF) (%) collaborative learning techniques and professional development Retention Rate (FTS) (%) classroom innovation through an institutional Graduation Rate (%) commitment to teaching and learning Course Success (%) % of classes using distance and blended Remedial Success (%) 3 Peter Carol learning modalities 20% 30% 50% Student Active and collaborative Dlugos Miele Learning (CCSSE Mean Score) 1.2 Complete the advisement redesign by % of full-time teaching faculty who have Retention Rate (FTF) (%) continued development and support of completed the academic advising training 50% 75% 100% Retention Rate (FTS) (%) academic advisement and group mentoring program Graduation Rate (%) 1 Ray # of students participating in mentoring Transfer Rate (%) Smith 1200 1500 1800 Support for Learners (CCSSE Mean groups (PODS) Score) Successful reorganization of the academic Student Satisfaction w/Services (%) counseling and academic planning same Graduate Satisfaction w/Services (%) functions 1.3 Host a series of Student Success Summits to Successful completion of Summits Course Success (%) define and measure student success and Remedial Success (%) 2 Peter identify additional methods to increase same Student Active and Collaborative Dlugos student success (Year 1) Learning (CCSSE Mean Score) GOAL 2: A FULLY ENGAGED AND EMPOWERED FACULTY, STAFF AND ADMINISTRATION COMMITTED TO REALIZING THE COLLEGE’S MISSION 2.1 Analyze results of PACE (Personal Assessment Successful completion of action plan same PACE Overall Score Cross- of the College Environment) survey and Diversity Index 1 Jim functional recommend actions to take (Year 1) PACE Teamwork Score Miller leadership group PD rev. 3-8-10 2010-2013 College-Wide Strategic Plan: Engaged for Excellence *1=Cross Functional Team 2=One Lead Department 3=Multiple Departments 2.2 Design and establish centralized appropriate Successful design of program(s) and Cross- professional development programs and implementation plan PACE Overall Score 2 Jim functional resources for all college employees (Year 1) same PACE Teamwork Score Miller senior leadership group 2.3 Evaluate the current system of performance Successful completion of and submission of Patti evaluation and recommend changes for recommendations PACE Overall Score 2 Jim Bonomolo same Bindu improvement (Year 1) Miller John 2.4 Develop and implement a college-wide Successful completion of plan and diversity plan to realize the College’s mission implementation strategies for Years 2 and 3 PACE Overall Score 1 Ray to respond to changing campus and County Diversity Index Welch Ann same demographics Lota (Year 1) GOAL 3: EXPANDED AND IMPROVED PROGRAMS AND PROCESSES 3.1 Implement training to create a consistent % of units receiving training Student Satisfaction w/Services (%) service ethic for all Administrative and Graduate Satisfaction w/Services (%) 3 Dennis 100% F/S Satisfaction with Services (%) Miller Jim Miller Educational Support (AES) departments (Year 1) Effectiveness Index 3.2 Implement AES and Academic departmental % of eligible academic units reviews Student Satisfaction w/Services (%) 50% 75% 100% Graduate Satisfaction w/Services (%) 3 Peter review processes to increase quality and completed accountability % of AES units reviews completed % Special Topics Programs Reviews Dlugos Complete (Quarterly) 20% F/S Satisfaction with Services (%) 40% 60% % AES Departmental Five Year (7) Reviews Complete (Quarterly) Effectiveness Index 3.3 Create a plan for the multi-site integration of Successful completion and dissemination of Ray Paul programs and services (Year 1) plan Student Satisfaction w/Services (%) 1 Ragusa/ same Smith Graduate Satisfaction w/Services (%) Ron Milon 3.4 Expand distance learning course offerings and % annual increase in sections Ed Pitt- programs 20% 20% 30% DL % Increase in Sections (Semester) 3 Peter arelli PD rev. 3-8-10 2010-2013 College-Wide Strategic Plan: Engaged for Excellence *1=Cross Functional Team 2=One Lead Department 3=Multiple Departments # of programs offered online Market Penetration – Credit (%) Dlugos Student Headcount (K) Fall Semester HS Market Share (%) 19 25 TBD GOAL 4: ENHANCED COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP 4.1 Expand programs and relationships with the % of HS visits completed 70% 85% 100% #Option II Agreements (Quarterly) County’s high schools Market Penetration – Credit (%) # of new Option Two agreements signed 2 Sue Andre HS Market Share (%) 10 10 10 Student Headcount (K) Fall Semester Johnson Sayegh % Increase in Credit Hours (Semester) 4.2 Develop new credit and noncredit programs # of new programs that meet criteria of Market Penetration – Credit (%) Sandy Non-credit- and classes to meet career and workforce responsiveness and feasibility Market Penetration – Non-Credit (%) 3 Sue Johnson Sroka/ Credit-9 needs, the demands of the new economy, and TBD TBD Student Headcount (K) Fall Semester changing demographics % Increase in Credit Hours (Semester) Susan 15 Barnard 4.3 Increase community involvement to focus % of new community members on all 20% TBD TBD academic programs, and expand the service advisory boards learning program and student volunteerism # of new advisory boards 4 TBD TBD Market Penetration – Credit (%) 3 Ann Lota % increase of students in Service Learning Program 50% TBD TBD 4.4 Refine marketing program and image-tracking Full implementation of branding plan research to (1) develop brand to focus on the same Market Penetration – Credit (%) Angela quality of faculty and programs (2) support 2 Sue Web Redesign completed Market Penetration – Non-Credit (%) Harringt Meadowlands and Ciarco Learning Center Johnson same on development 4.5 Expand South Bergen access to education Completion of stages of the Rollout and Market Penetration – Credit (%) through the focused development of BCC at Expansion Plan Market Penetration – Non-Credit (%) completed completed completed Stage III Stage I Stage II the Meadowlands HS Market Share (%) 1 Sue Ron Student Headcount (K) Fall Semester Johnson Milon % Increase in Credit Hours (Semester) 4.6 Expand campus sustainability initiatives to % of departments creating annual Dennis PJ 25% 40% 60% reduce use of resources and make Bergen a departmental sustainability goals Miller Ricatto PD rev. 3-8-10 2010-2013 College-Wide Strategic Plan: Engaged for Excellence *1=Cross Functional Team 2=One Lead Department 3=Multiple Departments model “green school” % of campus food waste that is Peter composted (Presidents Climate 30% 40% 50% Green Index 3 Dlugos Commitment Indicator) % of appliances purchased that meet Energy Star certification (Presidents 80% 90% 100% Climate Commitment Indicator) GOAL 5: SOUND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, AFFORDABILITY, AND INCREASED RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT 5.1 Increase private giving to the BCC Foundation % increase in Foundation Board Foundation Revenue ($M) through Foundation Board expansion membership (Quarterly) 2 Sue Laurie 15% 25% 35% Johnson Francis 5.2 Increase alumni engagement and giving # of academic divisions that partner with Foundation Revenue ($M) through enhanced organizational development Foundation to identify alumni 3 4 5 (Quarterly) 3 Sue Laurie and communication Johnson Francis % increase in new select alumni that join 10% 15% 20% alumni network 5.3 Increase grant activity and awards % of faculty and staff engaged in grant Grant Revenue ($M) (Quarterly) Bill 10% 12% 15% development activity 3 Sue Yakowicz # of funded projects 20 22 23 Johnson 5.4 Increase credit enrollment (aligned with 3.4, Fall Semester Headcount Student Headcount (K) Fall Semester DISTRIBUTED 4.1, 4.2, and 4.5) % Increase in Credit Hours (Semester) 3 5% TBD TBD 5.5 5.5 Identify methods to increase federal support Successful identification and and minimize the impact of curtailed state and implementation plan for at least one same Dennis county funding (Year 1) method 2 Miller 5.6 5.6 Increase efficiency in use of fiscal resources and % of departments that release funds Fill Rate (%) implement expense control measures to within their operating budgets to support Budget Variance – I/E Ratio 3 Deb ensure affordability for students strategic initiatives 10% 15% 20% Dennis Sousa Miller