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Goals and Success Indicators

The ATI recognizes that each CSU campus faces unique challenges with implementing the ATI. The implementation approach was therefore developed in collaboration with the Executive Sponsors Steering Committee (ESSC), the ATI Leadership Council and the ATI Priority Area Communities of Practice to ensure that campuses have adequate flexibility to manage their ATI implementation. (Coded memo AA02013-03).

Each year, the CSU will make progress toward accomplishing the ATI goals by using a combination of systemwide and campus-based activities. Campuses will assess their capacity, select specific success indicators to work on, engage in a variety of projects and activities that address these success indicators, and report on their progress in the ATI Annual Reports. In addition, the ATI, in consultation with campus leaders, will select success indicators to work on collaboratively at the systemwide level.

Each ATI goal is supported by a set of success indicators that describe the processes, procedures, and activities that need to be accomplished in order to meet the goal. As changes in technology occur, the success indicators may be modified following consultation with campus executive leadership.

Each of the areas of the ATI have been divided out into their individual area and further divided out in the left navigation by their goal. On each individual goal page the success indicators have been spelled out.