Expected Action Steps (3 of 3) Actions Academic/administrative unit heads briefed on process/time line for completion etc. APASP Task Force representative briefs Forward 125 and/or Cabinet on process to be used Academic and administrative units prepare assessment reports for each program/unit identified using metrics, criteria templates and guidelines developed by APASP Task Force Target Date Accomplished Early June 2017 Preliminary recommendations developed by APASP Task Force August 2017 APASP Task Force representatives presents final recommendations to President & President’s Cabinet Recommendations presented by APASP Task Force/Cabinet to University community APASP Task Force works with units to develop specific plans to implement recommendations UM to present APASP Recommendations to OCHE/BOR via ARSA Meeting on campus Implementation of action plans/steps based on the individual prioritization recommendations begin August (mid to late) 2017 Early June 2017 June 2017 August (late) 2017 Beginning in September 2017 October 26, 2017 November 2017 12
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Recommendations Ask for recommendations early. Please be kind in requesting recommendations – include your CV, drafts of all essays, the solicitation for the NSF GRFP, cover letter and clear instructions on how to access FastLane. Recommendations are submitted online. You will be able to send reminders and see when recommendations have been submitted. Your advisor should be one of your letters
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Recommendations – 22! • Themes – organize and lump… A. Support. This is a broad area encompassing issues of time, pay, infrastructure, and environment. The thrust of this area is to ensure that University expectations regarding scholarship are backed up with an appropriate level of support for scholarship. There are 11 recommendations under this category. B. Encourage. As the distinctions between researcher and teacher continue to blur, it’s important that the University encourages faculty to pursue their own scholarship and to integrate research and scholarly activities into the curriculum. There are five recommendations under this category. C. Value. While the issues of value and support overlap with regards to funding, valuing scholarship also encompasses non-financial issues like acknowledgement and appreciation of scholarship activities by the University administration and unions. There are two recommendations under this category. D. Assess. It is critical that the University administration and the faculty unions negotiate a way to systematically document faculty scholarship. In addition, this information should be combined with assessment of student scholarship and published in annual report. There are four recommendations under this category.
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Recommendations and Report In most cases a written report outlining the strengths and weakness of the client, summary of assessment scores, interpretation of scores, background information on the client, behavioral observations, recommendations and evidence or justification for the recommendations. Also, in AT reports justification for funding or recommendations for funding sources. 32
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Phase II - Engagement Engage a SEM planning committee process by utilizing a cross-section of CCC strategic thinkers and players … Activities Activities  SEM Taskforce   SEM Cluster Teams   Organized the SEM Recommendations Implementation Taskforce and assigned members to “Cluster Teams” with responsibility for the 21 Recommendations. Contracted with Willis & Green for effective group facilitation Met six times as a full taskforce for dialogue and to develop an implementation proposal for the 21 Recommendations. Cluster teams gathered data, shared best practices and developed implementation next steps. Identified how the AACRAO 21 Recommendations connect to CCC strategic priorities and established
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Recognition – SEM Taskforce RESEARCH Timekeeper: Sharon Parker Recorder: Nick Hamel Blog Oversight: Shelly Parini Facilitator: Judy Redder Additional Members: Terry Mackey  Recommendations: #2 and #12 TEACHING AND LEARNING Timekeeper: Jim Stekelberg Recorder: Becky Ogden/Kate Constable Blog Oversight: Doug Cross Facilitator: Renee Harber Additional Members: Margaret Mallat, Kathy Christiansen, Paul Creighton Recommendations: #6, #11 and #13  ACCESS Timekeeper: Aulani Wehage Recorder: Michael Vu/Mindy Brown Blog Oversight: Darcie Iven Facilitator: Jessica Walters Additional Members: Stefan Baratto, Armondo Borboa, Tara Davisson, Len Eaton, David Mount Recommendations: #15, #16, #17, #20  ENROLLMENT Timekeeper: Janet Paulson Recorder: MollyWilliams Blog Oversight: Mike Caudle Facilitator: Mike Caudle Additional Members: Joe Austin, Jackie Flowers, Donna Ford, Fayne Griffiths, Sheyl Sinclair, Student Recommendations: #1, #10, #14 and #10  PROCESS IMPROVEMENT Timekeeper: Dena Gillenwater Recorder: Tara Sprehe Blog Oversight: Kim Carey Facilitator: Pam Clem Additional Members: Ariane Amstutz, Stephen Browers, Kim Hyatt, Cheryl Willemse
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Our Roles – Working Together to Make Change Happen Planning Planning & & Readiness Readiness •• •• •• Generate Generate Awareness Awareness Link Link to to Outcomes Outcomes /Build /Build Case Case for for Change Change Commit Commit & & Set Set Direction Direction Strategic Strategic Communication Communication & & Engagement Engagement •• •• •• Communicate Communicate Enable Enable & & Empower Empower Others Others to to Act Act Create Create Short-term Short-term Wins Wins Operational Operational Implement Implement & & Sustain Sustain Change Change •• •• •• Monitor Monitor & & Adjust; Adjust; Use Use Data Data to to Learn Learn Align Align Systems Systems & & Processes Processes Embed Embed into into Culture Culture –– Continue Continue Cycle Cycle Tactical Tactical Leaders Leaders Personalize, Personalize, Readies Readies self self && team team for change, builds case, aligns for change, builds case, aligns team team Models Models behavior, behavior, shares shares openly openly Determine Determine measures measures of of success success Leads Leads Cascade, Cascade, Supports Supports Action Action Plans, Plans, solicits solicits Monitors Monitors activity activity and and outcomes outcomes feedback ,Reinforces behaviors that embody Provides data to team feedback ,Reinforces behaviors that embody Provides data to team and and other other values values ,participates ,participates in in activity, activity, integrates integrates into into leaders, leaders, process process improvements improvements team team practices, practices, reward reward && recognition recognition Individuals Individuals Personalize, Personalize, Readies Readies self self for for change, change, aligns aligns own own behavior behavior shares shares openly openly Creates Creates Action ActionPlans, Plans, provides provides feedback feedback Recognizes Recognizes behaviors behaviors that that embody embody values, values, participates in activity participates in activity Use Use data data to to learn learn and and make make improvements improvements Marketing Marketing Develops Develops Messaging Messaging && Communication Communication Strategy Strategy Develops Develops materials materials Implements Implements Communication Communication Strategy Strategy Supports training efforts Supports training efforts Tracks Tracks progress progress Reports Reports successes successes && makes makes recommendations recommendations HR HR // OED OED Develops Develops Learning Learning Strategy Strategy Supports Cascade Meetings Supports Cascade Meetings Supports Supports leader leader && individual individual development development Supports Supports communication communication strategy strategy Supports and/or facilitates Supports and/or facilitates sessions sessions Supports Supports reward reward && recognition recognition efforts efforts Supports Supports development development Tracks Tracks progress progress Reports Reports successes successes && makes makes recommendations recommendations Supports Supports process process improvements improvements
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Federal Common Rule Resources • Federal Policy for the Protection of Human Subjects, Text of New Rule https://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/FR-2017-01-19/pdf/2017-01058.pdf • Secretary’s Advisory Committee on Human Research Protections, August 2, 2017, Letter to the HHS Secretary and Attachments, including: • Attachment B, Recommendations on Benign Behavioral Intervention • Attachment C, Recommendations for Broad Consent Guidance https ://www.hhs.gov/ohrp/sachrp-committee/recommendations/sachrp-recommendations/index.h tml
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Dates Action Responsibility Fall 2013 Early Spring 2014 Late Spring 2014 Summer 2014 October 28 Februar y 24 April 25 July 18 General Education Committee distributes approval recommendations to Academic Officers AAAG General Education Chair Novembe r1 Februar y 28 May 2 August 15 Academic Officers consider General Education Committee approval recommendations at the AAAG Meeting AAAG Chair, General Education Chair Novembe r4 March 7 May 12 August 22 AAAG approval recommendations forwarded to NJCCC Academic Affairs Committee AAAG Chair Novembe r 29 March 28 May 30 August 29 NJCCC Academic Affairs Committee completes review of AAAG approval recommendations AAAG Chair, General Education Chair, Presidents Decembe r9 April 14 June 9 Septembe r 22 CCC forwards NJCCC Presidents’ approval to the AAAG General Education Chair who notifies the institutional Academic Officer and to the keeper of the NJCC General Education Unified Course List to update posting on the NJCCC website NJCCC Executive Director, AAAG Chair, General Education Chair, official record keeper
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Revision Process • Student Code Review Team makes recommendations • AGC reviews, makes recommendations and endorses (with a focus on academically-related pieces) ○ Seeking Approval! • Policy Review Team reviews, makes recommendations and approves • Cabinet/President reviews, makes recommendations and approves
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Yale School of Management Security Selection “Do Security Analyst’s Recommendations Have Value?” by Kent Womack JF (1996) Studied broker recommendations over a decade  Buy recommendations: 2% gain over days  Sell recommendations: 9% loss over 6 months
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Manual recommendations • Eight days after release – 50,876 community owners – Added 267,623 recommendations – Deleted 59,599 recommendations – Affecting 73,230 base communities and – 111,936 related communities • Open question: How do they compare with automatic recommendations?
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Technology Management Process Faculty, Faculty, Staff, Staff, Students Students Invention, Invention, Discovery, Discovery, Intellectual Intellectual Creations Creations Invention Invention Disclosure Disclosure Form Form (IDF) (IDF) Submit to Submit to OTC OTC IP IP Committee Committee Recommendations Recommendations Defer Defer Decision Decision Pending Pending Additional Additional Research Research or or Information Information Send Send to to Commercial Commercial Market Market Assessment Assessment Release Release to to Inventor Inventor Commercial Commercial Market Market Assessment Assessment Report Report IP IP Committee Committee Recommendations Recommendations Hold Hold the the Disclosure Disclosure Due Due to to Ongoing Ongoing Research Research File File Patent Patent Release Release to to Inventor Inventor Identify Identify Potential Potential Licensees Licensees Market Market Technology Technology or or other other IP IP Negotiate License Agreement Negotiate License Agreement
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Typical Components of OBA  Decisions and Recommendations  Summarize the decisions/recommendations made for each outcome  Identify the groups who participated in the discussion of the evidence that led to the recommendations and decisions  Summarize how the decisions /recommendations may improve performance indicators  Identify how intended improvements enhance strategic initiatives, if applicable Bresciani, M.J.
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THE RESEARCH REPORT  Recommendations  In this section, you should make the recommendations you would like to report based on the results and conclusions of the study.  Recommendations are presented in terse form.  The recommendations of this study are: 1. 2. 3. There should be no discussion of your results in this section of the report. This section gives what you, the investigator, feel is necessary for further studies.
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III. SPECIFIC GUIDELINES B) RECOMMENDATION REPORTS  ABC Format  Body      14 description of the problems description of the recommendations data that support your recommendations main benefits of the recommendations any possible drawbacks or consequences
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PROGRAM REVIEW    Needs Analysis ◦ The first stage of developing or reviewing a program is to determine labor market demand and student interest in the program. The next stage is to determine necessary content through an analysis of the jobs or occupations related to the program. A later step involves determining what resources will be required to implement the program once its content is specified.    Program Planning and Design ◦ Once the need for a program is determined, planning begins. Advisory committees can contribute to these activities by providing perspective and expertise. Such activities include reviewing curricula/equipment needs, determining facility requirements, reviewing instructional materials, and fundraising.    Program Evaluation ◦ Program evaluation is an activity that should occur on a regular basis. Advisory committees can contribute significantly to the evaluation of programs. Because they have an objective and informed perspective, committee members can provide judgment and the leadership for actions based on evaluation information. Such activities may include reviewing evaluation results, equipment and facility needs, outcome results, and conducting employer surveys.    Recommendations ◦ Members of the advisory committee frequently make recommendations to the college. To provide for that opportunity, committee recommendations shall be stated in the form of motions, be voted upon by the committee, and recorded in the minutes.   LCC--Business Department Advisory Committee
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Phase II - Engagement Outcomes Deconstruction and reconstruction of all 21 recommendations  Participation of all 30 members of the SEM Taskforce  SEM Website www2.clackamas.edu/sem/  SEM recommendations that connect to CCC strategic priorities  Articulated outcomes for each of the 21 recommendations  SEM Taskforce Draft Implementation Plan 
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Section 5 – Fire Fighting Measures Provides recommendations for fighting a fire caused by the chemical: • Recommendations of suitable extinguishing equipment, and information about extinguishing equipment that is not appropriate for a particular situation. • Advice on specific hazards that develop from the chemical during the fire, such as any hazardous combustion products created when the chemical burns. • Recommendations on special protective equipment or precautions for firefighters.
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WEB 113: Web User Experience 1 Winter 2018 Social Validation: The Research • A 2007 study compared the impact of recommendations on purchases of a product (digital cameras) and an experience (tourist destination) – Recommended products sold 20% more than products without recommendations – Recommended destinations sold 10% more than destinations without recommendations – If there was a photo of the recommender the destination sales increased to 20% © 2018 Jason Withrow
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Recommendations For Diabetes • Recommendations for type 1 diabetes • Recommendations for type 2 diabetes Copyright 2005 Wadsworth Group, a division of Thomson Learning
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Recommendations For Chronic Diseases • Recommendations for the population • Recommendations for individuals Copyright 2005 Wadsworth Group, a division of Thomson Learning
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Committees, Governance, and Integrated Planning Workshop Which committees are responsible for what? College Council Advisory group to the Superintendent/President for Board Policies, District Procedures and College goals, plans and priorities. Acts as a two-way communication vehicle for recommendations and proposals that come through the participatory governance system and serves as a clearinghouse for information. Makes final recommendations to the Superintendent/President (to review and use to make recommendations to the Board of Trustees) on college-wide issues that have significant institutional impact. Thursday, August 16, 2012 | 9:00 -12:00
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Putting Recommendations into Action • Task Force made 22 specific recommendations • Action has been taken on 20 of the recommendations • Mix of implementation methods: Statutory and regulatory changes, adoption of best practices
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