Office of Research Strategic Framework

Office of Research Strategic Framework July 10, 2019 1. General Notes: 1. Review Strategic Framework every other year: review, assess, look at this in reference to our annual goals. 2. Strategic Framework Visual Notes: a. Decide on keeping iSTAR as part of this framework, morphing the goals, or removing from our framework: Decision: iSTAR will be the umbrella under which the initiatives resides. We will keep the iSTAR web page and just organize the content around the strategic framework. Matt and I are working on a layout based on the framework and will share when we have it ready for review. b. Decide where to add the concept that the academic side of the house needs to inform our goals and strategies. How do we do this? Maybe discuss how we gather feedback through advisory groups, focus groups and customer satisfaction surveys. Decision: Discuss in L2 then L1 c. Decide if our initiatives (now the arrow is 2007-2023) should be changed to 2019-2023). Decision: Yes. Remove iSTAR and changed the dates for the initiatives. 2. Strategic Framework Visual Notes (continued) d. Decide if our initiatives (now the arrow is 2007-2023) should be changed to 2019-2023). Decision: Yes. Remove iSTAR and changed the dates for the initiatives confirm dates with L2. e. Edited the section What are our drivers of change? Removed the box Need to uphold service standardsThis is a goal not a driver delete. Next Steps: a. Review/refine and update our content in the boxes and review with Mary. (DONE) b. Mary and Linda to work on next version. (DONE) c. Review updates and reasoning with L2 update as needed then forward to Mary. d. Mary will review with AVPs. (Will ad d to agenda after L2 reviews)

e. When final, review with: ExCom, and Communication team f. Later version: Create the framework so that if you click on a box, it will open with detailed content. Office of Research Strategic Framework Our Vision: The Office of Research will create an outstanding climate of support for University of Washington researchers, broadly enabling stellar research advances. What will the future look like? What are our drivers of change? Federal requirements Decreasing budgets Change in public perception What are our long-term goals? Support and serve our campus partners What are our near-term goals? Give time back to researchers so they can spend more time on research

2017-2023 Initiatives Need to stay competitive Environment of continuous change Transform research administration Reduce administrative burden Building Capacity in Research Administration through Information, Training, Automation More accountability to upper administration, public, legislators and media More regulatory More data-driven and information focus More collaborative

Invest in targeted initiatives to stay globally competitive Invest strategically and leverage resources Giving Time Back to the Researcher Attain increased competitiveness in research Navigate bureaucracy and lower barriers Reinventing Research Administration Giving Time Back to the Researcher Building capacity in research administration Three-part approach: Function-based website MyResearch Portal Training transcript Funding status ZipLine (IRB) HoverBoard (IACUC) https://myresearch.washington.edu

New Certificate in Research Administrati on to launch Fall, 2019 Example Review of work to date: Last Years Deliverables Sustainable Academic Business Plan Align activities with our 2y2d strategic priorities Create a new business plan for the UW What are our near-term goals? 2010-11 Initiatives 2010-11 Deliverables Increase Revenues Organizational Effectiveness Decrease Costs Invest in People Academic Program Evaluation

Interdisciplinary Teaching & Research 1. Conducted intake 1. Designed and of all admin units implemented 2. Provided training, launch of consultation, program facilitation, PI, evaluation for all PM, metrics academic units in creation, & spider coordination mapping services with the annual 3. Conducted peer budget process review 2. Evaluated launch, 4. Compiled unit collecting process feedback, lessons improvements learned 3. Updated process, timeline, metrics for 2011-12 Invest in

Infrastructure Teaching & Learning in the digital age 1. Drafted best 1. Piloted faculty practices for joint learning appointments communities 2. Drafted Center 2. Created for Teaching & guidelines & Learning mission, handbook for vision & values new centers 3. Partnered with student tech fee 3. Conducted on wifi & my inventory of plan joint/adjunct 4. Planned LMS appointments, pilot in 3 courses, double locations for majors (pending) 2011-12

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