The University's planning and accountability cycle is designed to lead the University through a process of continual improvement towards the University's strategic plan.
Planning operates across all areas of the University. The planning process is intrinsically linked with the accountability cycle, which is intended to measure performance during the past year and provide a clear basis for future planning. The Annual Performance Reviews (APRs) of the Faculties, the PS, and the cultural institutions are key events in the accountability cycle. Following the APRs, the Stocktake Report is produced as a formal report on progress against the high level KPIs set out in the University’s strategic plan. This leads into the next planning cycle with the identification of University key priorities.
- Planning and accountability (Board-level process) (PDF document, 172KB)
- Planning process (internal schematic) (PDF document, 223KB)
- Planning and accountability milestones (internal detail) (PDF document, 123KB)