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Plan appreciated; resources lacking
October 10, 2007

WSU’s five-year-old strategic plan was praised Tuesday as a catalyst for departments and units, which subsequently developed their own plans and implemented actions that have improved life and work at the university. But it was agreed a lack of resources sometimes hampered implementation and action.

“The implementation plans were valuable. They kept us focused on how to deal with the strategic plan at the unit level,” said Muriel Oaks, dean of the Center for Distance and Professional Education.

“I credit the plan for laying the foundation that led to creation of the Office of Equity and Diversity,” said Mike Tate, vice president for … » More …