The Strategic Plan 2011-2015 is at the apex of the University's planning cycle, driving the University-wide functional plans and other operational plans.
The Strategic Plan is implemented through: the functional plans supporting the core priorities; a commitment to continuous improvement; setting annual targets to measure performance against the performance indicators; and the annual formal University review.
Vice Chancellor's Planning Priorities
Each year the Vice Chancellor establishes a number of Planning Priorities that focus strategic approaches and budget alignment for the following year.
Flowing directly from the Strategic Plan are a range of University-wide functional plans covering the core activities of the University. These plans provide a strong focus on four overarching strategic goals that are articulated through a number of objectives supported by a set of targeted strategies in each of our principal areas of activity.
Existing plans currently undergoing revision include: Learning and Teaching Plan; Research Plan; Capital Management Plan (previously known as the Income Generation Plan); International Plan; Risk Management Plan; and an Academic Course Portfolio Plan (previously called the Academic Plan); Equity and Diversity Plan; and the Budget.
Plans earmarked for development are: Human Resources Development Plan and an Information Plan.
Organisational Units within the University develop Operational Plans which provide a focus for prioritisation and performance evaluation of the Unit's activities across a particular year. The Plans themselves may cover a period of three years in order to highlight developmental or structured requirements for specific activities.
Updated: 13 December 2012