A key input to the strategic planning process is the creation of Focused Inquiry Groups charged with looking into key areas that are vital to the planning of our future. The goal of these sub- committees is to explore the environment in an effort to begin to answer key questions set forth in the planning process.
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Collecting input from across campus and other stakeholders, the group has developed a draft set of institutional values. Numerous engagement sessions with students, faculty, staff and alumni have provided additional insights to be considered.
This group explored several key questions including how MSU positions itself for leadership as a next-generation land-grant institution; how we will leverage resources and anticipate society’s evolving needs; what a fourth industrial revolution and the new economy mean for MSU; and how we might align skills, incentives and resources to create a plan that achieves our vision.
This group is focused on shaping an online learning strategy for MSU that is aligned with our mission and values and considers future-oriented dynamics such as institution size, reputation, and market demands. A successful strategy will outline what capabilities are necessary to run high-quality, highly effective, and market-competitive online programs.
This group reviewed numerous areas vital to the university’s long-term operational success; including revenue sources and limitations, cost-savings mechanisms, budget models, and suggestions for moving forward with specific planning options.