Integrated Planning and Budgeting
National Hotel and Suites Ottawa
October 18 & 19, 2013
The most common statements made by institutions who are trying to plan is that they do so in the absence of a clearly articulated academic plan, or if there is an academic plan there is no linkage between that plan, the capital plan and budgets.
Why Should You Take This Course?
Integrated Planning and Budgeting will fully illustrate how integrated planning can effectively link an institution’s academic, financial and capital plans across all levels of the organization, from the faculties and administrative units, to achieve the common vision.
Who should attend?
The workshop is targeted towards academic, capital and resource planning senior and mid-level staff.
The workshop will cover an overview of integrated planning and budgeting, creating a capital plan and performance measurement.
What you will take with you
Participants will leave knowing the core elements of a comprehensive integrated plan, successful processes and strategies for institutional engagement, pitfalls to avoid, and strategies for the implementation, operationalization and evaluation of the institution’s plans.
Philip G. Stack, Associate Vice-President (Risk Management Services) at the University of Alberta.
**If accommodations are required, blocks of rooms for CHERD participants with guaranteed rates are available. Participants can book rooms by calling the venue listed below.
The National Hotel and Suites Ottawa
361 Queen Street, Ottawa, ON
515 - 181 Freedman Crescent
University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB R3T 5V4 Canada