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AASHE Annual Conference , Los Angeles, CA

O
ctober 14, 2012

TODAY’S AGENDA


KCTCS Overview


KCTCS Sustainability Initiative


KCTCS Beyond the Numbers: Diversity
Action Plan


Action Planning Process


Lessons Learned/Next Steps


KCTCS PROFILE

Fall 2011


Created in 1997


16 colleges; 68 campuses


KY’s largest provider of
postsecondary education


600 Academic Programs


108,302
credit
-
seeking students


92 percent of students receive
financial aid,
totaling $
242
million


~10,000 Full & Part Time
Employees


KCTCS ORGANIZATIONAL

STRUCTURE

Board of Regents

16 College
Presidents/CEOs

System President

KCTCS
MISSION

The mission of KCTCS is to improve the employability and
quality of life of Kentucky citizens as the primary provider of
:


College
and Workforce Readiness.


Transfer
Education.


Workforce
Education and Training.

KCTCS
VALUES


Responsiveness
to students, employers, and
communities


Access
with innovative and flexible
delivery


Trust
, respect, and open
communication


Continuous improvement


Inclusion
, multiculturalism, and
engagement


2010
-
16 KCTCS STRATEGIC GOALS


Advance Excellence and Innovation in Teaching, Learning
and Service.



Cultivate Diversity, Multiculturalism and Inclusion.



Increase Student Access, Transfer and Success.



Enhance the Economic and Workforce Development of the
Commonwealth.



Expand the Recognition and Value of KCTCS.


KCTCS

GREEN+
SUSTAINABILITY AIM

Demonstrate responsible stewardship and facilitate cultural
change to:


Enhance
the well
-
being of people and KCTCS in a socially
equitable
manner


Focus
on being Green Plus by balancing the social,
environmental, and economic criteria
of
the sustainability
triple bottom
line


Obtain
sustainable communities inside, across, and outside of
KCTCS




KCTCS GREEN
+ SUSTAINABILITY
OBJECTIVES


Facilitate
cultural change to balance the social,
environmental, and economic criteria of the
sustainability triple bottom line across
KCTCS


Enhance the
efficiency and effectiveness of
KCTCS


Protect Kentucky’s natural resources and
environment


Embrace
and practice social justice across
KCTCS



KCTCS CHANGE MODEL


Active, visible executive sponsorship.



Frequent and open communications.



Utilization of a structured change
management approach.


“Continuity gives us roots; change
gives us branches, letting us stretch
and grow and reach new heights.”









~Pauline R.
Kezer

KCTCS DIVERSITY PHILOSOPHY


Creating
a culture of inclusion
&
engagement


Utilize organizational
development
approach


Appreciative inquiry/Facilitation


Capacity Building


Collaboration


Data
-
driven


Infuse diversity throughout
all functions of the
organization

KCTCS BOARD RESOLUTION


To cultivate diversity, multiculturalism,
and inclusion.


Endorsed
KCTCS

Beyond the Numbers
.


September 16, 2011.


BEYOND THE NUMBERS:

2010
-
2016 KCTCS Diversity Action Plan Framework


VISION:


KCTCS envisions itself as an inclusive community of learners
empowered to express their individual cultures and identities.


MISSION STATEMENT:

KCTCS strives to unite internal and external stakeholders around
the prefaced vision, to drive systemic transformations that lead
to working and learning environments that provide our
community of learners the skills and experiences necessary for
effective participation in an increasingly diverse, global society.

DIVERSITY DEFINED:


Means differences or
variety.




Describes an inclusive
community of people.


Seeks to insure the creation
of a safe, supportive and
nurturing environment that
honors and respects those
differences.


BEYOND THE NUMBERS:

2010
-
2016 KCTCS Diversity Action Plan Framework


BEYOND THE NUMBERS:

2010
-
16 Priority Areas


Student Access and Success


Education, Service and Scholarship


Campus Climate


Institutional Leadership & Transformation

KCTCS BEYOND THE NUMBERS

Plan Components



Systemwide

Action Plan


College and System Office Plans


Performance Metrics


Student Access and Success


Workforce Diversity

BEYOND THE NUMBERS:

Performance Metrics


Student Enrollment


First to Second Year Student Retention


Credentials Earned


Employment of Executives, Administrators & Managers


Employment of Faculty


Employment of Other Professionals


Campus Climate


KCTCS DIVERSITY ACTION/RESEARCH
PLANNING



Developed and implemented a “plan to plan”


An inclusive engagement process


Utilizes
Appreciative Inquiry
techniques


Constructed and delivered capacity building


C
onducted data review


Created planning framework


STRONG EXECUTIVE SPONSORSHIP


STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT



Board of Regents


President’s Leadership Team


System Office Staff


College Diversity Directors


Community Leaders


College Staff/Faculty


Students

APPRECIATIVE INQUIRY


Appreciate
:, v., 1. Valuing; the act of
recognizing the best in people or the world
around us; affirming past and present
strengths, successes, and potentials…


Cooperider

& Whitney

APPRECIATIVE
INQUIRY

Eight Principles



Constructionist: Words
create
worlds


Simultaneity:

Inquiry creates
change


Poetic:

We can choose what we
study


Anticipatory:
Image
inspires
action


Positive:
Positive
questions lead to positive
change


Wholeness: W
holeness
brings out the
best


Enactment:
Acting
“as if” is
self
-
fulfilling


Free Choice:
Free
choice liberates power




APPRECIATIVE
INQUIRY (AI)

Five Steps


Definition
: Create focus


Discover
: Inquire into excellence


Dream
: Share stories


Design
: Develop shared vision


Delivery
: Innovate ways to create



AI
-

DEFINE

Diversity

as

TRANSFORMATION

***

Bottom line
: Student success

AI
-

DISCOVER




Think about the people,
programs and processes
in place for cultural
diversity. Describe what
has worked or is working
well. What needs to
remain “cutting edge” to
advance diversity?

AI
-

DREAM




In terms of cultural
diversity, what would you
like to
see
five years from
now? What is happening
on campus? What are
your
highest aspirations
?

PROVOCATIVE PROPOSITIONS

AI
-

DESIGN





Quantitative Data Review


Planning Framework


Capacity Building


Campus Level Action Planning

AI


DESIGN

Data Review




Student enrollment


Student retention


Student transfer


Student success (graduation, credentials earned)


Employee/Workforce Diversity


KCTCS Marketing Study
-

2005



AI
-

DESIGN

Beyond the Numbers: Planning Framework


PRIORITY AREAS/OBJECTIVES:

PRIORITY AREAS

RELATED OBJECTIVES

Student

Access and Success


Enroll a

Diverse Student Body


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Service and
Scholarship


Incorporate

Inclusive Teaching Strategies


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Campus Climate


Foster an Open

Campus Climate that is Welcoming to All

Institutional Leadership and
Transformation


Demonstrate Leadership to Support Inclusion,

Engagement & Equity


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AI


DESIGN

Capacity Building




Diversity Administrators


Leadership Development


Administrative Processes


Appreciative Inquiry Basics



Staff and Faculty Development


Cultural Competence




AI


DESIGN

Planning Accountability


Shared by 16 colleges and 6 System Office functional
areas


Submitted plans to
the
System Office


Acceptable
plans
identified:


Framework Priority Areas and Objectives


Specific
Action
Steps


Budget
Needs/Plans


Responsible Person/Contact
PLUS Collaborators/Partners


Expected Outcome


Timeline
(
initiation/deadline
)


Accepted plans added
to the system level plan
and
published.


AI
-

DELIVERY


Each
college developed, submitted and
implemented strategies that :


Reflect vocal, active executive commitment


Produce measurable outcomes


Promote a long term perspective


Encourage collaboration


Facilitate cross
-
functionality




NATIONAL RECOGNITION

KCTCS received Association of Community
College Trustees (ACCT) Kennedy Equity
Award.


“Intentional strategic planning

by system, with college

alignment.”

--
October 2011

LESSONS LEARNED


Built relationships


Focused
on what worked


Positioned diversity as exciting & engaging


Shared vision of cultural diversity


Promoted cross
-
functionality/collaboration







OPPORTUNITIES


FOCUS ON IMPLEMENTATION


Strategic communications


Assessment and reporting


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS



Company of
Experts


David
Cooperider


CoreClarity
, Inc.


Taylor Cox, Jr. and Ruby L. Beale


Christopher Anne Easley


Prosci


Daryl G. Smith








QUESTIONS?

THANK YOU FOR PARTICIPATING!


NATALIE
GIBSON, M.P.A.

System Director of Cultural Diversity

(859)256
-
3551


BILLIE HARDIN, M.P.A.

System Director of Sustainability

(859)256
-
3272