KCTCS PRESIDENT’S LEADERSHIP INITIATIVE 2013-14 Presented to KCTCS Board of Regents June 13-14, 2013 President Michael B. McCall Ed.D. DESIGNING OUR FUTURE STATE CURRENT STATE TRANSITION FUTURE STATE CURRENT STATE TRANSITION FUTURE STATE GREAT GREATER PREMIER STRATEGIC PLAN PERFORMANCE MEASURES AND TARGETS ON TRACK FURTHER MONITORING RECENTLY CHANGED – New Targets • • • • • • • • • Engagement (CCSSE) Licensure/Certification Pass Rate Developmental Education Success Rate: Reading Participation Rate Persistence Rate Persistence Rate: Diversity Student Diversity Financial Contributions Media Focus • • • • • Developmental Education: English Developmental Education: Math Employee Diversity High Wage/High Demand Completions Wage Index • Credentials • Transfer • Workforce Matriculation Transformation Topics CURRICULUM REVIEW DEVELOPMENTAL EDUCATION DUAL CREDIT FINANCIAL AID JOB PLACEMENT AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT STUDENT SERVICES TRANSFER 12-STEP INTEGRATED METHODOLOGY APPRECIATIVE INQUIRY CHANGE MANAGEMENT PROJECT MANAGEMENT TRANSFORMATION TOPICS Momentum and Transformation Why Do Change Efforts Lose Momentum? “Transformation is a long-term process that requires consistent energy and enthusiasm, and everyone involved must be constantly reminded of the big opportunities that lie ahead. All too often, however, change efforts start off with a big bang, and quickly lose their firepower when people declare victory too soon.” John Kotter, Forbes.com 2011 John Kotter is the chief innovation officer at Kotter International, a firm that helps leaders accelerate strategy implementation in their organizations. He is also the Konosuke Matsushita Professor of Leadership, Emeritus, at Harvard Business School. What is Momentum? DEFINITION OF MOMENTUM 1. Physics: A measure of the motion of a body equal to the product of its mass and velocity. Also called linear momentum. 1. Philosophy: An essential or constituent element; a moment. 3. Figuratively: Momentum can refer to the tendency of a person or group to repeat recent success: “The team definitely had momentum after scoring those last two touchdowns.” The American Heritage® New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy, Third Edition Copyright © 2005 by Houghton Mifflin Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition copyright ©2000 by Houghton Mifflin Company. Updated in 2009. Published by Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved. LINEAR MOMENTUM A conserved quantity, meaning that if a closed system is not affected by external forces, its total linear momentum cannot change. Wikipedia MOTION The initial state of the body, either of rest or of motion, will persist. If the force is greater than the resistance, motion will result. John Wallis, 1670: “Mechanica sive De Motu, Tractatus Geometricus: ” Newton’s Cradle Transfer of Momentum First ball momentum = m x v BEFORE COLLISION Second ball momentum = 0 AFTER COLLISION Second ball momentum = m x v First ball momentum = 0 In the KCTCS Transformation, how and to whom do we transfer momentum? Board of Regents Students President McCall TWO FORMS OF TRANSFORMATION Student and KCTCS BUSINESS PLAN Institutional Student Transformation Momentum Points Access Retention Success Institutional Transformation Momentum Points Career Development Pathways Instruction and Service Delivery Learning Outcomes and Competencies KEY QUESTION: What barriers impede a student’s momentum in moving quickly and successfully through KCTCS? BARRIERS THAT IMPEDE STUDENT MOMENTUM • Awareness/Perceptual • Personal/Behavioral • Financial/Costs • Educational/Academic • Social/Engagement • Employment/Job Market • Structural/Institutional • Special Populations Momentum KCTCS PRESIDENT’S LEADERSHIP TEAM RETREAT 2013 BARRIERS THAT IMPEDE INSTITUTIONAL MOMENTUM • Attitudes – Apathy, Complacency • Human, physical, financial resources • Academic and Student Services • Policies and procedures • Coordination with K-12, Universities • Customer Service • Communications • Misalignment with industry needs • Scheduling, Course Offerings • Teaching/Learning Methodologies • Professional Development/Training • Outdated delivery systems Momentum KCTCS PRESIDENT’S LEADERSHIP TEAM RETREAT 2013 Persons/Groups Identified as Responsible for Addressing Institutional Barriers to Students’ Momentum KCTCS • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Board of Regents President President’s Leadership Team Chancellor Academic Council College Presidents Academic Deans Student Affairs Deans Business Affairs Deans Professional Development Workforce Solutions Technology Solutions Development Offices/Foundations Distance Learning Coordinators Marketing & PR Enrollment Coordinators Faculty/Staff Program Advisory Committees Blackboard (KCTCS Vendor) • CPE • Universities • Kentucky Department of Education • School Superintendents • Workforce Investment Boards • Area Development Districts • State/National Organizations • Industry Associations Board of Regents Students President McCall A body at rest remains at rest unless acted on by an external force. KCTCS PRESIDENT’S LEADERSHIP INITIATIVE 2013-14 KCTCS PRESIDENT’S LEADERSHIP INITIATIVE 2013-14 THEME: MOMENTUM THE MOTION OF A BODY EQUAL TO THE PRODUCT OF ITS MASS AND VELOCITY. THE TENDENCY OF A PERSON OR GROUP TO REPEAT RECENT SUCCESS. KCTCS PRESIDENT’S LEADERSHIP INITIATIVE 2013-14 Goal: Momentum to impact student access, retention, and success will be sustained System-wide by further implementing the Transformation Business Plan Strategies: Student Services, Transfer, and Financial Aid. The implementation of these strategies will support the ongoing KCTCS Transformation Business Plan for 2010-16 and the achievement of the goals, performance measures, and targets outlined in the KCTCS Strategic Plan 2010-16 and the three KCTCS mission areas of: • Workforce Education • Transfer Education • College and Workforce Readiness KCTCS PRESIDENT’S LEADERSHIP INITIATIVE 2013-14 Target Measurements: The KCTCS President will provide executive leadership, service, and support for the following Transformation Business Plan Strategies: Student Services Implement an early alert software system that monitors student-related data to identify academically at-risk students and manage outreach efforts to them utilizing communication tools such as phone calls, emails, and instant messages. Transfer Host a statewide Transfer Partnership Summit between KCTCS and its 4-year institutional transfer partners (public and private) to build awareness, knowledge, and skills that increase access, retention, and success of KCTCS transfer students. Financial Aid Begin implementation of the Financial Aid strategy as outlined in the KCTCS Transformation Business Plan to establish unified financial aid standards at all KCTCS colleges based on industry-wide best practices. Questions?