In the spring of 2018, UNO Chancellor Jeffrey Gold asked the UNO Strategic Planning Committee to review the report and recommendations from the Chancellor’s transition process, and determine what could be incorporated into UNO’s strategic plan and unit level planning processes.
The UNO Strategic Planning Committee developed the following recommendations:
- Research can be incorporated as a campus priority.
- The strategic plan should promote greater collaboration between UNO and the four campuses in the University of Nebraska system.
- UNO should leverage alumni engagement and involvement through campus strategic planning efforts.
- We should utilize University Communications and campus units to build on the UNO brand.
- We should inventory, track and communicate key campus metrics.
- We can clarify and communicate UNO's shared values and cultural assets, then work to ensure that campus practices, operations and strategies align with them.
- We recommend that the chancellor determine the process by which he would establish a unifying campus goal.
- We suggest that other findings from the Transition Report could be monitored through the strategic plan.
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