Strategy at SLU

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Strategy at Saint Louis University : 

Strategy at Saint Louis University

Definition: : 

Definition: A Strategy is a plan for interacting with the competitive environment.

SLU’s 2001 Strategic Plan : 

SLU’s 2001 Strategic Plan

A SWOT Analysis : 

A SWOT Analysis International expansion, Collaborations, Funding Local and national competition Economy Poor K12 education quality Turnover Low diversity – race and gender Campus-wide silo effect Almost 200 years of excellence, $750M endowment Alumni Weaknesses Opportunities Threats Strengths

Excellent Student Formation : 

Excellent Student Formation

The Mission of Saint Louis University : 

The Mission of Saint Louis University The pursuit of truth for the greater glory of God and for the service of humanity. The University seeks excellence in the fulfillment of its corporate purposes of teaching, research and community service. It is dedicated to leadership in the continuing quest for understanding of God’s creation, and for the discovery, dissemination and integration of the values, knowledge and skills required to transform society in the spirit of the Gospels. As a Catholic, Jesuit University, the pursuit is motivated by the inspiration and values of the Judaeo-Christian tradition and is guided by the spiritual and intellectual ideals of the Society of Jesus.

Vision of Saint Louis University : 

Vision of Saint Louis University To establish and maintain Saint Louis University as the finest Catholic university in the United States, wherein the entire University community is actively engaged in student formation. Challenged by outstanding faculty and a modern, value-centered curriculum reflecting the Jesuit tradition, students are fully prepared to contribute to society and to be effective leaders of social change based on the ethical values and principles taught in the Saint Louis University tradition.

How SMART Are SLU’s Goals? : 

How SMART Are SLU’s Goals? Specific Measurable Action-oriented Realistic Time-oriented

Strategic Direction: Advancing Community with Diversity : 

Strategic Direction: Advancing Community with Diversity The people of Saint Louis University aspire to improve the quality of life for all persons, to work for the good of society, and to provide a welcoming environment for men and women from all racial, ethnic, and religious backgrounds. Significant efforts are necessary to increase diversity so that the University community is reflective of the larger community. While the University remains firmly rooted in the local community, actively involved in resolving issues important to the surrounding area, it is also linked to the global community. Community service at the local, national, and international levels is an integral part of research, teaching, and learning. The University is committed to attending to community through research and service, to preparing students for the global community, and to fostering student formation in a community of diversity.

Advancing Community with Diversity : 

Advancing Community with Diversity

Advancing Community with Diversity : 

Advancing Community with Diversity Goal 1: Build a University community of diversity to ensure that students, faculty, and staff work effectively in cross-cultural situations. Specific Measurable Action-Oriented Realistic Time-bound

Advancing Community With Diversity : 

Advancing Community With Diversity Goal 2: Expand partnerships with the local, urban St. Louis community for our mutual education and benefit. Specific Measurable Action- oriented Realistic Time-bound

Advancing Community With Diversity : 

Advancing Community With Diversity Goal 3: Expand partnerships with international Jesuit universities and ministries in order to educate for citizenship in the global community and to attract international faculty, students, and staff. Specific Measurable Action- oriented Realistic Time-bound

Progress-check: How are we doing on our strategic goals? : 

Progress-check: How are we doing on our strategic goals? Goal 1: Build a University community of diversity to ensure that students, faculty, and staff work effectively in cross-cultural situations. What is a community of diversity? How do we measure a community of diversity? What actions will we take to create a community of diversity? SMART? Specific Measurable Action-Oriented

Miles and Snow’s Strategy Typology : 

Miles and Snow’s Strategy Typology Learning orientation; flexible, fluid, decentralized structure Values creativity, risk-taking, and innovation Prospector Efficiency orientation; centralized authority and tight cost control Emphasis on production efficiency, low overhead Defender Balances efficiency and learning; tight cost control with flexibility and adaptability Emphasis on creativity, research, risk-taking for innovation No clear organizational approach; design characteristics may shift abruptly depending on current needs Reactor Analyzer

SLU – The Analyzer : 

SLU – The Analyzer “The analyzer attempts to balance efficient production for current product … with the creative development of new product lines” (Daft, 2010, pg. 71).

Strategic Management at Saint Louis University – The Balanced Scoreboard Approach : 

Strategic Management at Saint Louis University – The Balanced Scoreboard Approach Mission, Strategy, & Goals Financial Customers Learning & Growth Internal Business Processes

Strategy Recommendations for SLU : 

Strategy Recommendations for SLU SMART Goals Specific Measurable Action-Oriented Realistic Time-bound

Thank you! : 

Thank you!

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