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Strategic Planning Committee Sample Charter
SAMPLE COMMITTEE CHARTER:
STRATEGIC PLANNING COMMITTEE
An increasing number of boards are moving away from having a standing committee on strategic planning. They reason that the entire board should understand and have a role in major decisions about the organization’s strategic direction, programs and services. In the past, this was often not feasible if a board was large or its meetings were consumed with routine matters. However, as boards downsize to a manageable number of members and handle routine business in a consent agenda, they often find they can address substantive strategic issues at full board meetings. Under this model, short- term task forces are formed to address strategic issues that require more focused study prior to bringing a matter to the full board.
However, there may be sound reasons to have a Strategic Planning Committee. The board may be too large for thorough strategic discussions. The committee may provide a useful forum for board members, executives and physician leaders to share views on strategic issues.
Each board should determine whether it needs a Strategic Planning Committee, or whether these functions would be better performed by the full board.
Overall Roles and Responsibilities
The Strategic Planning Committee assists the board with its responsibilities for the organization’s mission, vision and strategic direction.
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Strategic planning committee.
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- Councillor Suzannah Clarke (Chair)
- Councillor John Paschoud (Vice-Chair)
- Councillor Peter Bernards
- Councillor Will Cooper
- Councillor Mark Ingleby
- Councillor Louise Krupski
- Councillor Jack Lavery
- Councillor Jacq Paschoud
- Councillor Aliya Sheikh
- Councillor James-J Walsh
- Jasmine Kassim (Secretary)
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Council to vote on plans to demolish former college campus in Harold Hill
A sports pitch at Quarles Campus is going to be replaced with a new one at Brittons Academy (Credit: Google Maps)
Plans to demolish the former Havering College of Further and Higher Education in Harold Hill are expected to be approved on Thursday.
The Quarles Campus, in Tring Gardens, was sold to Havering Council in 2017 and closed its doors for good last August.
One of the council’s development companies is now proposing to replace the site with 78 new houses and 42 flats.
All of the properties will be between 2 and 3.5 storeys high and 37 per cent of them will be classified as affordable.
There will also be parking spaces for cars and bikes as well as a play area and public open space.
The closure of the former education facility has raised concerns about the number of school places available in Havering.
In some areas of the borough, there are not enough places to meet demand.
As part of the scheme, the council’s development company would have to help create an additional 72 school places, the majority of which would be for early years and primary school pupils.
Around £150,000 is also going to be spent on replacing the sports pitch at the Quarles Campus with a new one at Brittons Academy.
A further £50,000 will go towards a new zebra crossing in Whitchurch Road and implementing a controlled parking zone.
Havering Council’s Strategic Planning Committee is expected to vote on the proposals on Thursday evening.
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Politics in Havering
Havering Councillor: Timothy Ryan (Brooklands)
Timothy isn’t a well known councillor but is Damian White’s crony. He may be talentless but he’s grateful for crumbs that come his way. So when an embarrassing job needed to be done, Timothy agreed immediately.
Damian’s policy is to use council allowances to cement his position as Leader. In Timothy’s case this means being vice chair of the Strategic Planning Committee. For this Timothy gets £150 a week. He probably appreciates this when we look at his Register of Members’ Interests statement.*
So what favour did Damian request? Earlier this year, 2020, Damian boasted about his control of the Chief Executive and the borough’s boundary submission on reconfigured wards. Damian thought he was amongst friends. He was mistaken. A recording was taken which went viral. This in turn led to an external adjudicator declaring Damian had a case to answer.
A committee was formed to hear evidence.** Timothy and Conservative councillor Matt Sutton sat alongside councillor Linda van den Hende. Timothy announced, at the beginning of the meeting, that he’d excuse himself as he’d been a participant when Damian was boasting. Obviously Damian planned this. They both knew Timothy was unable to serve on the committee. Although quorate, the chair, Matt Sutton, postponed the meeting. Exactly to plan.
Damian’s ploy wasted time and money but Timothy felt he’d done well. Like all Zoom meetings, it’s interesting to see participants’ composure when provoked. Timothy’s action pleased him, pleased Damian and hacked everyone else off. I hope Damian’s boasting isn’t subsequently white-washed.
Damian White’s cronies are undermining democracy in Havering.
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Steering committee and process.
In spring 2022, the President announced the formation of a Strategic Planning Steering Committee (SPSC) and invited submissions for nomination. The President and Cabinet reviewed applicants and selected committee members guided by a goal of being as inclusive and diverse as possible across the entire campus.
SPSC Representation and Members
The spsc has the following representation:.
- Representatives from LCAS (Loyola College of Arts & Sciences), the Sellinger School of Business and Management (SSBM), and the School of Education (SoE). These representatives include tenured and teaching and clinical faculty.
- Administrative representatives
- Staff representative
- Alumni representative
- Board of Trustee representative
- Student from SGA representative
The SPSC is composed of the following individuals:
- Kerry Boeye, Ph.D., associate professor of visual and performing arts
- Wendy Bolger, director of the Simon Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship
- Seán Bray, interim vice president for mission
- Michelle Cheatem, Ed.D., associate vice president for student development
- Lynne Elkes, M.B.A, teaching assistant professor of economics
- Stephanie Flores-Koulish, Ph.D., professor of education specialties
- Frank Golom, Ph.D., associate professor of psychology
- Sara Hayward, ’11, alumni representative
- Alexa Junikiewicz, ’24, Student Government Association representative
- Matthew Kudler, ’06, MBA ’18, director of advancement communications
- Kirsten Lichtner-Baase, executive assistant for the Sellinger School of Business and Management
- Jennifer Louden, M.A. ’17, dean of undergraduate admission
- Jen Lowry, Ph.D., associate professor of psychology and chair of the faculty
- Michael Mansfield, assistant vice president for financial and auxiliary operations
- Eric Nichols, vice president for enrollment management, co-chair
- Paola Pascual-Ferrá, Ph.D., associate professor of communication, co-chair
- Michael Puma, incoming dean of undergraduate studies
- Daniel Rizzo, ’99, trustee
- Kerry Tan, Ph.D., associate professor of economics
- Michael Tangrea, Ph.D., ’96, endowed professor of innovation and biology
Ex Officio Members:
- Terrence Sawyer, president
- Cheryl Moore-Thomas, interim provost
- Gerry Holthaus, chair, board of trustees
The committee is supported by the following individuals:
- Stephanie Brizee, Ph.D., special advisor to the president
- Rita Buettner, director university communications
- Cyndy Cowles, executive assistant, president's office
- The Rev. Christopher Duffy, S.J., senior associate vice president for mission, planning, and integration
- Tracey Frey, assistant vice president for institutional effectiveness and academic assessment
- Maureen McCord, executive assistant, enrollment
Roles and Responsibilities
The following defines the roles and responsibilities of individuals and groups across campus for the formation and management of the strategic planning process. The final plan should encapsulate a shared vision that the President is responsible to ensure is enacted for the good of Loyola. The President will work with the Cabinet to ensure the successful completion of the plan. As such, the Cabinet is the final management body for the execution of the strategic plan.
Every Member of the Loyola Community
All members of our community are invited—and encouraged—to participate in the planning process. Although not all input will be directly incorporated into the final strategic plan, all input is valuable to the process. Most importantly, all members of the community will be involved in bringing the plan to life as we collaborate to strengthen and advance Loyola University Maryland for generations to come.
Strategic Planning Steering Committee Co-Chairs
The SPSC co-chairs will lead the committee and provide overall guidance to the process. They will call the meetings, establish the agenda, coordinate the members, and ultimately are responsible for ensuring the creation of a final plan that is focused and achievable within an agreed upon timeframe.
Strategic Planning Steering Committee
The SPSC is responsible for managing the strategic planning process from start to finish and for producing the final product. Specifically, they are responsible for:
- Planning and hosting all feedback and data collection sessions
- Planning and working with the Office of Marketing and Communications to ensure active communication with the community (establishing the website, sending out emails, guiding branding process, etc.)
- Creating and sending out surveys
- Collecting and reviewing data
- Accepting nominations for forming smaller working groups once themes are established
- Overseeing working groups and ensuring they produce recommended objectives that are clear, achievable, and meet the overall goals of the plan
- Communicating with constituents and community
- Ensuring a transparent and fair process
Strategic Planning Steering Committee Support
Members from the President’s Office, Marketing and Communications, Academic Affairs, the Cabinet, and Enrollment are providing advisory, coordination, and logistical support to the co-chairs and committee. Their role is to help ensure this process is as smooth as possible and is seamlessly integrated into existing support mechanisms of the University.
As part of its charge, the Loyola Conference monitors progress on strategic planning and progress toward the University’s mission and goals. The SPSC co-chairs will keep the Loyola Conference apprised of developments throughout the process and will ensure their feedback and input has been properly accounted for in the process.
President and Cabinet
The President and Cabinet will provide high-level direction for the strategic plan. They will receive frequent updates from the Strategic Planning Steering Committee Co-Chairs and the Strategic Planning Coordinator as the process is occurring and the plan is evolving. The Cabinet will function as the final manager of the plan once it has been approved.
Board of Trustees
The Board of Trustees have the final approval over the plan and will work with the President to ensure it is enacted successfully.
Charge to the Strategic Planning Steering Committee
The SPSC is charged with consulting and forming partnerships with representatives from our students, faculty, staff, Board of Trustees, alumni, parents, community partners and other stakeholders to help craft the vision and direction of the next strategic plan for Loyola. The committee is further charged with formulating a draft of Loyola’s next strategic plan, following the process laid out in the Strategic Planning Guidebook.
The plan should anticipate the overall strategic direction of the University through 2030. A draft of the plan should be completed by fall 2023 to be shared with campus constituencies. After review and refinement, a final draft should be ready to be presented to the President for approval in December of 2023 and then to the Board of Trustees for their approval at the February 2024 Board meeting.
The strategic plan should consider and address the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats facing Loyola and higher education. During spring 2022, the President spent time with many different constituencies. He also participated in SWOT analyses with the Cabinet and the Board of Trustees. From these exercises the President offered the SPSC four thematic areas that he sees as important to Loyola’s future. He asked us to consider the following:
- How can we improve our commitment to DEI, student success, and wellbeing?
- How can our Jesuit values, specifically engaged learning and academic excellence, be realized in a way that sets us apart from the other 28 schools in the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities (AJCU)?
- How can the Universal Apostolic Preferences, and specifically caring for our common home, be more fully embraced?
- How can employment issues specific to higher education be innovatively addressed, making Loyola a place where people feel valued and love to work?
At the end of Summer 2022, the SPSC engaged in the same SWOT analysis process that will be implemented as part of the Community Engagement Sessions during Fall 2022. The SPSC will schedule and convene these sessions, analyze the community’s feedback, and extract common themes and ideas that will help form a strategic plan that is aspirational and actionable within the timeframe and resources available.
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Rom Valley Way: Planning committee grills pre-application for 860 Romford homes
Parking spaces and leisure facilities at a possible 860-home development in Romford were up for discussion at a recent committee meeting.
Presented to Havering’s strategic planning committee on July 21 by investment firm Mitheridge and Fletcher Priest Architects, the plans involve demolishing the Rom Valley Retail Park and Seedbed Centre and replacing it with a business space, play and public open spaces and a primary school, plus the homes.
One of the key issues discussed by councillors at the pre-application review was over the number of parking spaces included in the designs so far.
Currently sitting at 40, Cllr Reg Whitney said he was “concerned about the parking prospect”, adding: “We’re not an inner London borough, we’re an outer London borough.”
Others, including Cllr Jane Keane and Cllr Judith Holt, raised similar reservations.
Cllr David Taylor, however, struck a lone voice in saying he believed 40 was more than enough.
“I’m of the opinion that we need to be encouraging car-free developments,” he said. “I certainly think that the location of the development close to Romford railway station, and the public transport links, will improve that.
"If there was too much parking on that site, we’d be adding a lot more traffic to that road.”
Questions on the plans for leisure centres and children’s spaces were also raised by councillors.
Cllr Keane said: “From what I’ve seen so far, there does seem to be a deplorable lack of leisure facilities for small children and young families, and we are talking about families that will have children.
“Whilst some families will be able to take their children to clubs and what not, there will equally be a number of families housed there where the opportunities for that kind of leisure won’t be available to them.”
Further information on how the potential development would maximise the benefits of the River Rom, which runs to its east, and whether a GP surgery would be considered were among the other points put to the applicant.
As the plans are at the pre-application stage, no decision was given at the meeting.
However, Havering Council’s assistant director of planning services, Helen Oakerbee, summarised the key considerations by councillors to be taken away by Mitheridge and Fletcher Priest Architects.
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