The management plan is designed to move campuses through the planning and implementation stages quickly. Just as the Action Plan outlines the “what” to do the management plan describes the “how to do it.” It’s built to get implementation at the start of the fall academic session. Most of the steps use meetings as milestones but the real work takes place between the meetings. To this end, tasks are assigned for team members to accomplish in those periods.
For each milestone, the management plan provides a brief overview, a description on how to prepare and access attachments such as meeting materials, useful tips, reporting documents and tasks between meetings. In addition, effective communication is required between meetings by the project coordinator to monitor progress and overcome any obstacles that may arise.
|Management Plan Components||Milestones|
|Planning meeting #1||This meeting brings together senior managers and decision-makers for the purpose of getting an overview of the Safer intervention and agreeing to adopt it and its focus on off-campus parties.|
|Planning meeting #2||This meeting moves to more details of the action plan and organizing for implementation including selecting lead persons for the visibility and enforcement components.|
|Moving to implementation||This meeting represents the transition from planning to implementation and provides an opportunity for the implementation team to review the draft enforcement and visibility plans.|
|Pilot Party Patrol||The intent of the party patrol pilot is to focus on the party host to address nuisance off-campus parties and align with timely visibility.|
|Readiness Meeting||This meeting is designed to coordinate the visibility and enforcement strategies to achieve the highest synergy.|
|Implementation Check-in||The Intent of the check-in meeting is to see if the interventions are being carried out as planned (action plan calendar) and if they received maximum visibility|
|Mid-course correction||The mid-course correction meeting is designed to assess the implementation so it can be improved for the upcoming fall.|