Considerations for Meaningful and Credible Strategic Planning

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Formulating strategic plans is a relatively common activity in higher education. Some institutions have strong traditions in this regard, and all levels periodically engage in this process. Others participate occasionally. Much depends on the interest and motivation of the upper administration. In fact, planning of this type is often initiated when a new leader (department, school, campus) comes in.

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