Abstract: The GT culture is is rooted in discovery, innovation, and creation of ways that make a real difference in society, industry, government and academia. This culture, along with our relentless pursuit of institutional effectiveness propels the development of GT’s strategic business and operations framework. We strive to advance a framework that supports the Institute’s mission to be the most highly respected technology-focused learning institutions in the world; one that ensures innovation, entrepreneurship, and public service are fundamental characteristics of our graduates; one that expands our global footprint/influence and ensures we are graduating good, global citizens; and, one that allow us to sustain and enhance our excellence in scholarship and research.
April 25, 2012—Project co-chairs shared findings and recommendations for implementation during an all-day retreat in the Global Learning Center.
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April 15—The project's working group has prepared a website that provides additional details on its philosophy and framework. For more information, refer to http://strategicbusinessandops.gatech.edu.
Jan. 23, 2012—Project co-chairs were on hand for a one-day session to provide members of the Strategic Planning Implementation Steering Committee with and interim report and contextual road map for achieving project goals.